In order to tour the White House, requests for tickets must be submitted through your Member of Congress. Use the links below to find out how to contact your Congressperson.
Anyone visiting DC can experience the history and art of the White House in
person after submitting a tour request through one's Member of Congress.
Touring the White House requires some advance planning. ... Usually tickets are
distributed by the National Park Service at the Ellipse Visitor Pavilion on 15th ...
At this time, the only way to experience a West Wing Tour is by invitation from the
White House or through a personal connection ...
This post is an article on how to get White House tour tickets. There is no cost to
tour the White House, but you will need to apply for free tickets. Both U.S. ...
Getting tickets to tour the White House will require some planning ahead. Once
you've determined the days you will be visiting Washington DC, contact your ...
If you are interested in attending a public tour of the White House be sure to ...
Not Schedule White House Tours or Provide Tickets to Enter the White House.
Mar 11, 2008 ... In January I telephoned the office of my Congresswoman to request tickets for a
tour of the White House. The person I spoke with requested ...
We are happy to work with New Yorkers to arrange tours of the White House or
the ... Passes are distributed on a first-come first-served basis on the day of your ...
Senator Booker's office is happy to request a tour on your behalf to the Capitol for
groups ... Senator Booker's office can arrange tours of The White House for New
... The ticket booth for tours of the BEP is located on Raoul Wallenberg Place in ...