Visiting Washington, D.C. PDF Print

My office is available for any questions that you may have about our nation's capital and can assist you in making advance reservations for many tours. You may also want to explore the Washigton D.C. Convention and Tourism site for additional information.

When you arrive in D.C., please stop by my office in 102 Cannon House Office Building. We will be happy to provide you with a gallery pass to attend a session of the House of Representatives or Senate.

Please contact my office to arrange Congressional tours for the following attractions or use the Tour Information form:

U.S. Capitol
The White House
Bureau of Engraving & Printing
Library of Congress
Kennedy Center
Supreme Court
State Department
Federal Bureau of Investigation
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Please be advised that not all tours are available at this time. Tour times and tickets are available on a first-come first-serve basis. Depending on the site and time of year, advance notice of up to three months may be required to assure confirmation. Although you can schedule tours in advance through my office, almost all locations offer public tours that do not require prior Congressional scheduling.

I also recommend that you visit the U.S. House of Representatives Visitor Information web site U.S. House of Representatives Visitor Information web site to see all that D.C. has to offer.

Washington, D.C. Metro Rail Map
Capitol Hill Map