Visiting the Sights of Washington D.C.

Our Office can help you book several different tours for your upcoming trip to Washington, DC to make it truly special. Below please find information on the most popular tours our office can assist you in booking. Please make sure to include your name, the number of visitors, and the sites you would like to visit when emailing your request. For more information please contact our office at or by calling (202) 224-5323.

Capitol Tours:

Our Office can assist you in booking tours of the United States Capitol Building. Although getting into the Capitol does require tickets, the Capitol Visitor Center (CVC) is open to the public Monday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please contact our office for more information and for assistance in booking these tours. Please be sure to include the dates of your trip and the number of people who would like to join the tour. Staff-guided tours may be possible for weekday visitors. For Saturday visitors, all tours will be led by the professional CVC guides.

Please note that when visiting the Capitol Building, there are certain items that are prohibited from the facility. For a full list of these items please click here. If you have any questions feel free to contact our office.

Constituents can also book their own Capitol tours by visiting the CVC’s website and creating an account.

If you are interested in visiting the Senate gallery to see our government “in action,” please stop by my Washington office in 328 Hart Senate Office Building to get passes. The Senate Gallery opens 30 minutes prior to the Senate coming into session and will remain open until adjournment each day. When the Senate is not in session, the gallery will be open from 8:30am until 4:00pm, Monday through Friday, excluding Federal holidays. 

On the day of your tour, please arrive at the CVC (First St. NE) about 20 minutes before the start of your tour and present your tour confirmation to the ticket desk. They will give you the necessary badges and administer the tour.    

Below is a virtual tour of the building courtesy of the Architect of the Capitol: 

Virtual US Capitol Tour

White House Tours:

Our office can assist you in booking tours of The White House. Please email our office at if you are interested in a White House Tour with your email address, the number of guests in your party, and up to 3 dates for your desired tour.  With this, our office can submit a request for your RSVP link. The White House requires all security information to be submitted via the RSVP link within 7 days of your tour being booked by our office.  

Please note that White House tours are extremely popular and space is limited.  The White House is open for tours Tuesday through Saturday with tours taking place from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Furthermore, tours can be canceled or changed at any point.  The White House accepts requests up to 90 days in advance. We are unable to enter requests that are within the 21-day window of your desired tour date. Due to the high volume of requests received by the White House, requests may be denied. These decisions are made by the White House and are beyond our control. For the best chance of securing a tour of the White House, we recommend submitting your request to our office 90-100 days out from the desired tour date. 

2 weeks out from your requested dates, you will receive an email detailing if you have been denied or approved; if approved, it will include the time and date of your tour along with the tickets.

Supreme Court Tours:

On days the Supreme Court is not in session, constituents are eligible to reserve seating in the 12:30 p.m. Courtroom Lecture. This 25-minute program provides an overview of the judicial functions of the Supreme Court and may also include some description of the art, architecture, and history of the Supreme Court Building. We can schedule up to 6 guests per lecture. Those unable to secure a reservation may attend any scheduled lecture on a first-come, first-seated basis. At the 12:30 p.m. lecture, guests without reservations are admitted on a space-available basis. A rolling calendar showing the Courtroom Lecture schedule for the next 30 days is located on the Court’s website

Visitors may enter the building through the door located on the left side of the main steps. Check-in for guests with reservations begins at 12:15 p.m. in the Great Hall, located directly outside the Courtroom on the first floor.  

In addition to the Lecture Program, visitors may explore the public spaces of the building on their own, where they will find exhibitions, a gift shop, and a cafeteria. No reservation or advance ticket is needed for this. These public spaces are open Monday- Friday (with the exception of federal holidays and when the Court is in session) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for visitors to explore. For more information on planning a visit to the Supreme Court, please visit the Court’s website.  

FBI Headquarters Tour:

Our office can assist you in booking tours of the FBI Headquarters. Tours are available Monday-Friday at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. Tours may be scheduled up to five months in advance, but no later than four weeks out from the desire tour date. Visitors should arrive 30 minutes prior to their scheduled tour time to allow time for security processing. The tour is designed to last 60 to 90 minutes.

In order to submit a tour request, our office will need the following information about each group member:  

  • Full name (including full middle name)  
  • Date of birth  
  • Social Security number (for all guests over the age of 16); OR valid green card AND passport  
  • Country of birth  
  • Country of citizenship  
  • Phone number (only one is necessary for the entire group) 

More information about the FBI tour can be found at    

Historic Treasury Building Tours:

The U.S. Treasury offers tours on the 1st and the 3rd Saturdays of the month, save for some holiday weekends. In order for our office to submit a tour request on your behalf, we need the full name (first, middle, and last name) for each participant, an email address for each participant, and which date and time slot you would prefer. Tours operate at 9:00 am and 10:30 am, each lasting about an hour. To learn more about the tour please visit The Department of Treasury’s Website.