Visiting Washington, D.C.
Millions of people visit Washington, D.C. every year and it’s no wonder: this is an exciting and beautiful city. The museums, monuments, buildings, and culture of Washington, D.C. capture much of the history and spirit of the American experience.
Washington, D.C. has much to offer visitors, but it can be confusing to navigate. Below, you will find information about Capitol tours and other points of interest.
My office will send you tour information as soon as your completed form is received. During your visit, please stop by my Washington, D.C. office to say hello, or to pick up free gallery passes which allow you to observe debate on the House and Senate floor (when the chambers are in session).
Click here for a detailed listing of Washington, D.C. points of interest.
My office can assist if you are interested in visiting the U.S Capitol building, the Bureau of Engraving & Printing, the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court building, the Kennedy Center building, or the White House. If you would like to request a tour of any of these venues, please begin the tour form application by entering your Zip Code in the field below.
Please try to submit the form as early as possible. This is especially important during the peak tourist season between March and October. Many of the tours that accept Congressional reservations become booked more than three months in advance, especially during the summer months and around major holidays.
Due to the number of requests my office receives, only residents of the 47th District of California can be accommodated. Enter your Zip Code below to check if you live in the 47th Congressional District.
If you are not from the 47th District, please contact your Congress Member for tour reservations.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-7924. Have an enjoyable and memorable visit!