|Washington, DC Tours|
If you are planning a trip to Washington, D.C., I hope you will consider my office your home away from home during your stay, and encourage you to come by and visit. My office is located in the Longworth House Office Building, Office 1226.
As you plan your trip, my staff can help schedule tours for you of various landmarks and places of interest around our nation's capital, including:
*NOTE: Effective Saturday, March 9, 2013 all White House tours will be canceled until further notice. Unfortunately, due to budget cuts the White House must reduce staffing levels, making it impossible to continue its customary public tours. I apologize for any inconvenience and please feel free to contact my office at 202.225.6235 for more information.
Submit Your Tour Request
To help my staff schedule tours for you, please submit your request >> to my office as soon as you have selected dates for your visit. In the event that a tour is not available, my staff can provide information on other popular attractions.
Each tour has a different procedure for making a reservation. You may hear results on a rolling basis, and often times, right up until the date of your departure. Please be aware that even with significant advance notice tour requests for the most popular attractions are often difficult to fulfill, especially during the peak tourist season of February through August. I cannot guarantee admission to any particular tour.
Please note that as a matter of congressional courtesy, my office accommodates tours only for residents of California's 34th congressional district. If you are not from my district, please contact your U.S. Representative or U.S. Senator to help arrange your tours.
If you are ready to send in your tour request, use the online Tour Request Form>> now.
School Group Reservations for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP)
If you have any questions about your tour request, please do not hesitate to call my office at 202-225-6235.