As you enjoy your visit to DC, we encourage you to visit these attractions that are currently open to the public: The Library of Congress (reservation required (, the National Archives (reservation required ), and the Smithsonian Museums (a complete list can be found here ( Please feel free to contact our office at 202-225-3032 if you have any further questions.

The White House

White House tours take place Tuesday through Saturday ONLY. We can request a minimum of three weeks before your visit and a maximum of 90 days before your visit. We highly recommend that you contact our office more than 90 days in advance of your visit so we may request RSVPs for you as soon as they become available. RSVPs are first-come, first-serve and are in high demand. RSVPs requested by Congressional Offices for constituents do not guarantee approval from the White House. Congressional Offices are only able to request RSVPs and may not alter RSVP requests once submitted.

The Supreme Court

Supreme Court lectures are offered on weekdays when the Court is not in session. Lectures are given at 12:30PM, although the Supreme Court recommends that visitors arrive by 12:15PM. Congressional Offices can request up to six seats in each lecture. Please provide our office with the number of guests and a name to list the party under. Additionally, please note if your party requires an accommodation due to a disability. The Court can provide a Sign Language interpreter. Lectures last for approximately 25 minutes and provide an overview of the judicial functions of the Supreme Court and descriptions of the art, architecture, and history of the building.


FBI Experience tours are offered on weekdays at 9:00AM, 10:00AM, 1:00PM, and 2:00PM. We can request tours up to five months in advance and no later than four weeks in advance. Congressional Offices can schedule up to ten visitors at a time. RSVPs are first-come, first-serve and in high demand. In order to submit an RSVP request, a member of our office will need to schedule a brief call with the organizing member of the party in order to collect the following information for each visitor: 1) first name, 2) middle name, 3) last name, 4) suffix (if applicable), 5) birthdate, 6) Social Security Number, 7) country of birth, 8) citizenship, 9) green card number (if applicable), 10) passport number (if applicable). This information is required by the FBI to submit an RSVP request.

Treasury Department

Treasury tours are offered on the first and third Saturdays of the month, except for holiday weekends. Docents conduct tours at 9:00AM and 10:30AM, with each tour lasting approximately an hour. Up to 15 people may attend each tour. The Treasury does NOT accommodate large groups or offer tours during the workweek. To schedule a tour through our office, please list the first, middle, and last names of each visitor, as well as their emails.

The following federal buildings are still temporarily closed to the public for tours: Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the Pentagon.

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