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DC Attractions

Our office can help you schedule tours of the U.S. Capitol, the White House, and other Washington, D.C. attractions.

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Note: Unfortunately, due to the recent Presidential transition, the White House tour portal is temporarily deactivated and will be unavailable until the new administration is ready to resume taking public tour requests. As soon as White House tours resume, we will be able to submit your request!

Additionally, the National Park Service at the White House Visitor Center is available to provide your group with a variety of alternative experiences related to the White House including guided walks, talks, films, and lectures.  For more information, you can call the Visitor Center at 202-208-1631 or see the following link for their webpage: https://www.nps.gov/whho/planyourvisit/white-house-visitor-center.htm

Learn more about other DC attractions:

Washington Monument

Lincoln Memorial

Vietnam Veteran's Memorial

Smithsonian Institution

National Air and Space Museum

Ford's Theatre

National Zoo
One of the most kid-friendly places to visit in Washington, DC is the National Zoo where you can see 435 different species of animals. Admission is FREE!

Civil War Battlefields

George Washington's Mount Vernon

Embassy Row
Find many (but not all) of the District's foreign embassies.

WWII Memorial

Arlington National Cemetery
Visit the Tomb of the Unknowns

A Veterans' Guide to Washington, D.C.
Monuments of special interest to Veterans

Voice of America Studio Tour
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Voice of America, an international broadcasting agency with a worldwide audience of 123 million people every week.