Washington, DC is one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in the world. I encourage you to take advantage of its rich history and endless opportunities. As you plan your trip to the nation's capitol, my staff is here to help. Feel free to contact Hailey Sadler, the Tour Coordinator in our Washington, DC office for information on obtaining a "Guide to DC" package. For more information on visiting our nation's capital, visit my Washington, D.C. Visitor's Information webpage.
The U.S. Capitol
If you would like to arrange a tour of the Capitol, you may now book tours online in advance by visiting the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center Web site. On your visit to Washington, DC, I invite you to stop by 2135 Rayburn, meet my staff, and have your picture taken in my office. My staff is happy to provide constituents with passes to the House and Senate Galleries where you can watch Congress in action while the chambers are in session. Additionally, House Gallery passes are available when the House is not in session.
The White House
Our office received word from the White House Visitors Office that all new and existing White House tours have been postponed until further notice, effective March 9, 2013. Unfortunately, existing reservations may not be rescheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience this will cause you and your group. If you would like to receive updates regarding this situation, please call the White House Visitors Office at (202) 456-7041.
If you are interested in requesting a tour of the White House through our office, please fill out a Tour Request Form or email Hailey Sadler, our Tour Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington, D.C. Attractions
Below you will find links to some of the most interesting and popular attractions, things to do, and events to experience in the DC Metro Area.
Monuments and Memorials
On Capitol Hill
Historic Homes and Areas
Museums and Galleries
The Smithsonian Institute
Theaters and Venues
Washington, D.C. Sporting Events