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Request a tour

If you are planning a trip to the nation's capital, my office is more than happy to help make the most of your visit. Washington, D.C. is home to numerous museums, galleries, memorials, theaters, parks and gardens.

My office may be able to help coordinate tours for your group at the following locations:

  • The White House
  • The United States Capitol and the Capitol Visitor’s Center
  • The Library of Congress
  • The Supreme Court
  • The Bureau of Engraving and Printing

The White House

I am pleased to help Wisconsinites schedule tours of the White House. There are several requirements that must be met for White House tours, including security checks and advanced reservations.

U.S. Capitol Building

Tours of the U.S. Capitol Building may be scheduled through my office, or by visiting the Capitol Visitor Center (CVC) for walk-up availability.

Library of Congress

Reserved tours may be scheduled through my office, or through the LOC directly. Reserved tours and large group tours may occur at different times than public, walk-up tours. Please contact my office for details.

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The Supreme Court

Reserved tours of the U.S. Supreme Court are available Monday through Friday when the Court is not in session. Tours begin at 2:00 p.m. and last approximately 45 minutes.

The Bureau of
Engraving & Printing

A limited number of Congressional tours may be reserved for constituents interested in visiting the bureau responsible for the design and manufacture of U.S. currency, postage stamps, and Treasury notes. Please notify my office as early as possible if you wish to arrange a Congressional tour.