Visiting D.C.

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Senator Lummis is excited to welcome guests to our nation’s capital. Washington, D.C. has plenty of interesting things to see including monuments, museums, and historic landmarks. Her office is happy to serve the people of Wyoming by offering to help schedule tours of various D.C. attractions. Please see below for information about each attraction. 

Capitol Tours 

Tours of the Capitol are available Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 2:30pm. Please complete the tour form located below to request a tour. More information about visiting the Capitol can be found here.

White House Tour

Senator Lummis’s Office is able to submit a tour request to the White House Visitors Office on your behalf. White House tours are available Tuesday through Saturday from 9:30am to 12:00pm. Each request requires a minimum of 21 days in advance and can be submitted up to three months in advance. Requests are limited to 50 people, but each guest must submit an RSVP by the allocated date. If a person does not submit an RSVP, the person will not be included in the tour.

The office does not determine the day or time of the tour if the request gets approved. 

Tours are on a first-come-first-serve basis and can be denied based on availability. All tour approvals are made by the White House Visitors Office and are subject to last-minute cancellation. For additional information about the White House, visit the White House Visitors Center located on the southeast corner of 15th and E Streets (1450 Pennsylvania Ave NW) or the official White House tour website at If interested in a White House tour, please indicate that in the tour form below. 

FBI Experience at the FBI Headquarters

Senator Lummis’ Office can submit a request for the FBI Experience. Tours must be scheduled no later than four weeks out and up to five months in advance. The FBI Experience is limited to 30 people per tour. Tours are weekdays at 9:00am, 10:00am, 1:00pm, and 2:00pm. It is a self-guided tour designed to last 60-90 minutes. To request an FBI tour, the office will need sensitive information including, but not limited to, social security numbers, dates of birth, etc. (The Privacy Act of 1974 prohibits the release of sensitive information without proper approval.) If interested in the FBI Experience, please indicate that in the tour form below.

Supreme Courtroom Lecture 

When the Court is not in session, guests can attend a 25-minute lecture about the judicial functions of the Supreme Court and information about the art, architecture and history of the Supreme Court Building. Groups are limited to six people for a reservation, but groups larger than six can attend the lecture on a first-come first-seated basis. Check-in begins at 12:15pm and the lecture begins at 12:30. If interested in a Supreme Court Lecture, please indicate that in the tour form below. The Supreme Court Building is open to the public Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 4:30pm. For more information, see the link below.

Additional museum links:

  1. National Archives
  2. Library of Congress
  3. US Holocaust Memorial Museum
  4. National Parks Service
  5. National Air and Space Museum
  6. National Museum of African American History & Culture
  7. Smithsonian Museums
  8. Ford’s Theatre
  9. Folger’s Theatre
  10. Supreme Court
  11. The Kennedy Center
  12. National Cathedral

Tour Requests

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