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The President and Dr. Biden are delighted to welcome members of the public to tour the White House. Public tour requests are scheduled through your Member of Congress and their Congressional Tour Coordinator. Constituents may reach your Member of Congress and Congressional Tour Coordinator through the U.S. House of Representatives Switchboard at 202-225-3121, the U.S. Senate Switchboard at 202-224-3121, or online at www.congress.gov/members .
Consistent with prior practices, public White House tour requests must be submitted a minimum of 21 days in advance and no more than 90 days in advance of the requested tour date(s). Reservations cannot be accepted for tour dates outside this 21 – 90-day window.
Public tours are typically available from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, excluding Federal holidays or unless otherwise noted. If your tour is confirmed, please note that you will be assigned a specific time. All White House tours are free of charge. The White House tour schedule is subject to change, with little notice, based on inclement weather or official use.
If you are a citizen of a foreign country, please contact your embassy in Washington, D.C. for assistance in submitting a tour request.
The White House will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation with guidance based on recommendations from the CDC, and other public health officials and medical experts, and reserves the right to adjust availability of the public tours as necessary to adhere to the latest health guidance. Within the 10 days prior to the public tour, anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, has had any COVID-19 symptoms, or been in close contact with someone confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19, should stay home. Face masks will be available when entering the White House complex for those who choose to wear them.
All U.S. citizens ages 18 and older, and foreign nationals of all ages (including children), must present a valid, government-issued photo ID upon arrival for their tour. Acceptable forms of identification are below.
- United States Driver’s License
- Valid United States Passport
- United States Military ID
- Valid Passport
- Alien Registration Card
- Permanent Resident Card
- U.S. State Department Issued Diplomatic ID Card
A U.S. driver’s license is not an acceptable form of identification for foreign nationals. No foreign-issued state IDs, foreign-issued driver’s licenses, expired passports, photocopies, other transmissions of these documents, or other forms of identification will be accepted. Individuals without acceptable identification, or whose identification does not exactly match the information previously registered, may be denied entry.
- Bags of any kind (including fanny packs and clutches)
- Cameras with detachable lenses
- Electric stun guns
- Knives of any kind
- Martial arts
- Tobacco Products
- Toy Weapons
- Video cameras
- Any pointed object
- Any other item determined to be a potential safety hazard
Please note that storage facilities are not provided during your visit. Individuals who arrive with bags or prohibited items will not be permitted to enter the White House.
- Baby carriers worn on the body
- Breast pumps
- Cell phones
- Compact cameras with lenses less than 3 inches
- Umbrellas without metal tips
- All items needed for medical purposes (i.e. wheelchairs, EpiPens, medication, etc.)
Use of public transportation is strongly encouraged, as there is no parking available on the White House complex and street parking is limited. The closest Metrorail stations to the White House are Federal Triangle (blue and orange lines), Metro Center (blue, orange, silver, and red lines), and McPherson Square (blue, orange, and silver lines).
The White House Tour entrance is located in Sherman Park at 15th Street NW and Alexander Hamilton Place NW. If arriving by rideshare, use the White House Visitor Center (WHVC) as the drop-off address. The WHVC is located at 1450 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20230, which is one block from the White House.
Restrooms are located at the White House Visitors Center, located at 1450 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20230. There are no restrooms available once you arrive for your tour.
The White House tour route is wheelchair accessible. Visitors who wish to use a White House wheelchair should notify a U.S. Secret Service officer upon arrival.
Guide animals are permitted in the White House.
Health and Safety Guidance
Guests who receive a confirmed tour reservation will be issued a White House Tour Pass ahead of their tour date containing pertinent health and safety guidance.
Know Before You Go
- Tours are self-guided and last approximately 45 minutes
- Eat a snack and stay hydrated prior to arrival.
- Dress for the weather, knowing you will be outside before your tour.
- Arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled tour time.
- No late arrivals are accepted.
- All guests must be previously registered via the RSVP link provided by the White House.
- Please silence your cell phone and refrain from phone calls during the tour.
- No flash photography or video recording is permitted during your tour.
- Visitors may call the 24-hour Visitors Office information line at 202-456-7041 for latest updates and information relevant to White House tours.
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How Can I Tour the White House in Washington, DC?
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Touring the White House requires some advance planning. Public tour requests must be made through your member of Congress ( find your member of Congress and contact information ) and submitted up to three months in advance and no less than 21 days prior to your visit. If you're an international visitor and wish to schedule a tour, please contact your home country’s embassy in Washington, DC.
You are encouraged to submit your tour request as early as possible as tours fill up quickly and a limited number of spaces are available. Tours are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. All White House tours are free. Please note tours are subject to last-minute cancellations based on the official White House schedule.
Public, self-guided tours are 45 minutes and are run between 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays unless otherwise noted. For complete details on White House tours, visit the White House tours and events page or call the White House Visitors Office 24-hour information line at (202) 456-7041. The White House is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW.
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What to expect on a White House tour
If there is a tour slot available during your visit to DC, you will be given a specific date and time to arrive and be instructed on where to check in. All guests over 18 years old will be required to present a valid, government-issued photo ID upon check-in. Foreign nationals must present their passport. Please bring as little as possible (avoid backpacks, food, large handbags, bottled water, etc.). Note that smartphones and compact cameras with a lens no longer than 3 inches are permitted on the public tour route, but video recording devices and flash photography are not allowed inside the White House. Visitors will go through security prior to entering the White House. There are no restrooms available at the White House. The closest restroom is located at the Ellipse Visitor Pavilion nearby.
Public tours of the White House include the public rooms in the East Wing, which includes the Blue Room, Red Room and Green Room; the State Dining Room; the China Room; and a view of the White House Rose Garden. Secret Service members are stationed in each room and are available to answer questions about the history and architecture of each room.
You can also visit the White House Visitor Center before or after your tour.
How to get to the White House
The closest Metro stations to the White House are Federal Triangle (Blue and Orange lines), Metro Center (Blue, Orange and Red lines) and McPherson Square (Blue and Orange lines). Please note there is NO PARKING near the White House. Public transportation is strongly encouraged.
How to tour the White House Garden
Another opportunity to visit the White House is to attend either its fall or spring garden tour. Check whitehouse.gov in early October and April. The announcement of the garden tours is usually made within a week or two of when they take place. Garden tours generally run for two consecutive days. They may be canceled due to poor weather. A ticket is required for all attendees (including small children). Usually, tickets are distributed by the National Park Service at the Ellipse Visitor Pavilion on 15th and E streets NW on each tour day beginning at 9 a.m. Review the announcement for specific details.
Will I still be able to see the White House without going on a tour?
While visitors are not allowed entry to the White House without requesting a tour through your congressional representative, you will still be able to see the White House from Pennsylvania Avenue NW at Lafayette Square and view the White House and the South Lawn from the Ellipse. Please note that a new fence is currently under construction at the White House, as the current 6-foot fence is being replaced by a stronger, wider fence that will be 13 feet.
Where can I store my belongings during the tour?
It is important to note that security at the White House is extremely high. If your hotel is nearby, we suggest leaving your belongings in your room during the tour. If this is not possible, there are a few other options. You can designate one member of your tour group to hold everyone’s belongings. That person can take the self-guided tour once his or her group has finished the tour.
If you're a ticketed Amtrak customer, you may be able to check luggage in advance at Union Station . These are located near Gate A. Lockers are available from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. A photo ID is required and lockers must be paid for via cash or credit in advance. Rates are $3-$6 per hour per bag depending on the size of your bag. For questions on bag storage, please call 202-906-3000.
Catch up on White House history with the free podcas t The 1600 Sessions and enhance your trip with the White House Experience app from the White House Historical Association. The app offers three tour experiences, including a virtual tour of the White House (with rooms you normally don't see on the tour), a neighborhood walking tour and a room-by-room guide for visitors on an in-person tour of the White House.
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White House Tour Photos
The White House lifted its longstanding camera and photo ban on public tours. Guests are now welcome to take photos throughout the White House tour route and are encouraged to share their photos using the hashtag #WhiteHouseTour . Phones and compact still cameras with a lens no longer than 3 inches are allowed.
White House Virtual Tour
Click on the arrow to begin your virtual tour of the White House or take the Google narrated virtual tour .
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West Wing Tours
From the west wing tour booklet:.
"In 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt relocated his office from the second floor of the residence to this newly constructed building. The West Wing has expanded and undergone several renovations since then, but it has remained the official workplace of the President. In our country, the halls of government are not reserved for a privileged few, and the President’s workplace should be no exception."
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If you have children, you can enter the Easter Egg Roll lottery for a chance to attend the Easter Egg Roll held every Spring on the South Lawn of the White House.
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Tour the White House in 360 Degrees
Welcome to the White House 360 Virtual Tour! This immersive experience will bring you inside the halls of the White House and provide access to all the public rooms on the Ground and State Floors. It will also allow you to examine the rooms and objects even closer than you would in person.
For Students and Teachers
The below digital notebook was created by the White House Historical Association to assist students and teachers using “The White House 360 Virtual Tour” in their classrooms. Even if students are learning in a virtual, in-person, or hybrid format, these materials are accessible and will accompany them on their journey through these tours. The materials feature vocabulary, reflection questions, and other activities to encourage students to deepen understandings and create meaning in their exploration of the "People's House."
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All tours are operating as scheduled. Thursday, July 13, no tours There are no Congressional, Members, Group, or Public Tours on Thursday, July 13. Tours will resume as scheduled on Friday, July 14. We regret any inconvenience this may cause. -->
White House public tour requests are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis and must be submitted through a Member of Congress and their Congressional Tour Coordinator. Consistent with prior practices, public White House tour requests must be submitted a minimum of 21 days in advance and no more than 90 days in advance of the requested tour date(s). Reservations cannot be accepted for tour dates outside this 21 – 90-day window.
Public tours are typically available from 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, excluding Federal holidays or unless otherwise noted. If your tour is confirmed, please note that you will be assigned a specific time. All White House tours are free of charge. The White House tour schedule is subject to change, with little notice, based on inclement weather or official use.
If you are a citizen of a foreign country, please contact your embassy in Washington, D.C. for assistance in submitting a tour request.
White House Public Tour Tickets
This post is an article on how to get White House tour tickets, plus tips for planning your visit, such as tips for dealing with security.
How to apply for tickets is a common question from visitors on our walking tours.
However, if you are asking one of our tour guides after arriving in Washington, DC, you are definitely too late.
So, we've created this post to help you secure tickets plus plan your visit, both before and after your tour.
The White House is open to public tours usually from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm Tuesday-Saturday, except for Federal Holidays.
Reservations must be arranged in advance.
It is hard to get a White House tour but the further in advance you request and the more flexibility you offer in dates, the better your chances.
There is no cost to tour the White House, but you will need to apply for free tickets. Both U.S. nationals and foreign visitors can tour the White House.
To visit the White House, it's important to know that you must reserve your tickets in advance , MONTHS in advance.
You can submit a request for White House tours up to 3 months in advance and must do so no later than 3 weeks.
Don’t apply early or late or you risk having your request automatically denied.
You can increase your odds of getting a White House tour by requesting a reservation as soon as you possibly can.
For U.S. citizens and residents, requests must go through the office of the Member of Congress for your district ( find your Member here ).
If you are coming during the peak tourism seasons of March-April or June-August, we recommend closer to the 3-month mark.
The White House only accepts requests between 21-90 days before your requested dates.
If you are from a foreign country, you are advised to go through your embassy in Washington D.C. Not all embassies will be interested or helpful in the request.
However, nothing stops you from requesting a tour through any Member of Congress.
There is no real requirement that you be a resident of their district or state to do so. Therefore, it's worth a try.
Most will ask you for contact information at home and during your stay in DC, dates available for tours, and the total number of persons in your group.
You'll also be required to provide information for security clearance, including:
- Date of Birth
- Social Security Number (only U.S. residents 18 and older)
- City, State of Residence
How long before I hear back about my White House request?
Typically, once you have submitted your visitor info, you will receive an email two weeks before your requested dates informing you if you were selected for a tour.
If you do NOT get approved, the communication varies and depends. Some people have gotten rejection letters and some have just never heard back.
Assume if you haven't heard back a few days prior to your trip that you were not approved.
You can also visit the White House Visitor Center . It's actually a few blocks from the White House, but it's a great alternative to interior tours.
You can always see the White House from the street, as well.
There are a number of great views of the White House that we talk about - but the closest is from Pennsylvania Avenue NW by Lafayette Square.
But, if you are accepted, then read on for tips on planning your trip.
- Plan Your Visit
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- Visitor Center
- Things to Do in DC
- Free Tours by Foot
PLAN YOUR VISIT
In this section, we go over where to enter the White House grounds, how to get there, as well as security and prohibited items .
WHITE HOUSE TOUR ENTRANCE
We strongly recommend using our Google Maps for directions to the tour entry point .
There is no White House Metro Station.
The closest metro stop to the tour entrance is Metro Center ( red , orange , blue, and silver lines ) (take the 13 th Street exit), which is just a 7-minute walk.
When you come up the escalators, you will be facing 13th Street.
Take 13th Street southbound (downhill) and make a right turn on E Street and proceed straight until you reach 15th Street.
McPherson Square Metro station ( orange , blue, and silver lines) is also close to the White House.
Public transportation is recommended for reaching the White House.
If you must drive, you can find a parking spot at a nearby garage through a service called SpotHero .
This website allows you to reserve guaranteed parking spots ahead of time, often for a cheaper price than the garage itself would charge.
If you've been granted a tour, you need to arrive before your meeting time at the visitors' entrance.
Note: This is NOT at the Visitor Center.
Click here for a 360-degree view .
The tour lines up along 15th Street NW on the west side of the street by the William Tecumseh Sherman Statue.
It's across the street from where Pennsylvania Avenue NW dead-ends at 15th St NW.
You'll check in with the National Park Service Park Ranger standing guard outside the temporary fence.
There is no specific street address or sign - you just have to know you're in the right place, but since there is often a line it should be easy to spot.
You can click on the 360-degree view to familiarize yourself with the surrounding area.
SECURITY AND PROHIBITED ITEMS
Security is a concern everywhere in Washington, but nowhere more than in the White House.
You will need a valid government-issued photo ID or passport to gain entry into the White House for every member of your group. Foreign nationals must use their passport.
You will have to stand in line for security, so make sure to arrive at least half an hour before your tour time. (longer in peak seasons, or with a group).
WHITE HOUSE DRESS CODE
There is no dress code to tour the White House, but due to the importance of the building, you should want to dress neatly.
The list of what you can’t bring into the White House is extensive:
- no video devices; video cameras including any action camcorders, cameras with detachable lenses, tablets, tripods, monopods, and camera sticks are not permitted. Video recording is not permitted.
- no strollers.
- no food, beverages, tobacco products, liquids, gels, or lotions.
- no guns, firearms, knives, other sharp objects, martial arts equipment, etc.
- no purses, backpacks, handbags, etc. * If you need a place to store these kinds of items, some nearby hotel concierges may be willing to store the bags for a small fee.
The list of things you can bring to the White House is not extensive:
Cameras are now permitted on tour!
Smartphones and compact cameras with a lens no longer than 3 inches (stills only) are permitted on the public tour route as long as their use does not interfere with other guests’ enjoyment of the tour.
Flash photography or live streaming as well as talking or texting on cellular phones is not permitted while on the tour.
Where can I leave the rest of my belongings while I tour the White House?
If you can't leave your belongings at your hotel, then consider storage facilities.
For $6/bag for up to 24 hours, you can store your bags in nearby stores, souvenir shops, and even other hotels.
Once you are inside, the tour is self-guided and will take about half an hour.
NOTE: There are no restrooms on the White House tour.
Though the White House has 132 rooms in total, you are only shown through several rooms that they use for entertaining.
You will NOT see the family living quarters, the Oval Office, or the West Wing. So, don't expect to meet President Joe Biden on your White House Tour.
Small tip: there are secret service agents in every room, you can interact with them and ask them questions, they are usually really nice and very informative.
After you line up along 15th Street, you'll have your reservation checked and then line up again for an ID check.
You'll cross a street and then have your ID checked again.
All of these checks are outdoors so keep that in mind when preparing for your visit - you're outside for around 30 minutes before your tour.
You then go through security to enter the East Wing of the White House.
What Will I See on a Public Tour of the White House?
The tour is self-guided though there are occasionally guards who can answer some questions.
Each room has a placard or two explaining what you're seeing with some information.
The tour is self-paced and you can go back if needed to previous rooms, but you will not be able to exit the building and reenter.
You will see the East Garden from the hallway, the movie theatre, the China Room, the Vermeil Room, the East Room, the Green Room, the Blue Room, the Red Room, and the State Dining Room.
Throughout you'll also see a number of presidential portraits.
There is a gift shop inside the White House that sells the famous White House Christmas ornament and many other items from the White House Historical Association.
You'll exit the White House from what used to be the primary entrance facing the North Lawn and exit out the gates by the Lafayette Statue.
Will I See the President on a White House Tour?
You are unlikely to meet the President or First Lady on the White House tour, but you never know who you might see at the White House complex, including cabinet members or prominent visitors.
VIRTUAL TOURS OF THE WHITE HOUSE
These videos offer virtual tours inside various parts of the White House that you do not get to see on White House public tours.
Inside the Residence
Tour of the West Wing
Video Tour of the Situation Room
Learn About the West Wing Marines
Watch Marine One Land on South Lawn
You will see many helicopters during your visit to Washington, D.C. and they usually won't be transporting the President.
Most of the helicopters fly along the National Mall - over the Tidal Basin and Potomac River.
When you see three helicopters fly across the National Mall, right past the Washington Monument (that is why there are the red flashing lights on the top), one of those is Marine One.
So how do you watch Marine One take off/land?
For advance planning, you can keep an eye on the President's Schedule. It will give an approximate time when the president departs the South Lawn.
Keep in mind, it sometimes is early or late and they don't give any warning!
Marine One is often used to transport the President to Joint Base Andrews to board Air Force One.
If you're already in the area, you might notice some of the ways they prepare for Marine One:
- Snipers are always on the roof of the White House, but when the President is leaving the White House, you'll also see them on the corners of area buildings.
- Two decoy/escort helicopters will accompany Marine One but not land. You will always see a group of three helicopters.
- The walkway to the South Lawn fence is closed. While you're normally can walk right up to the South Lawn fence, they won't let you get that close when Marine One is landing.
Where to stand to watch Marine One land?
The best place to watch Marine One land if you want to be as close as possible is on the south side of the White House, an area called The Ellipse.
Normally, the circular sidewalk that forms the ellipse is open to the public but when the President is leaving - the side closest to the White House is closed.
You can, however, walk directly on the grass to the center of the Ellipse.
If you line yourself up with the Washington Monument behind you and the White House South Lawn Fountain in front of you, the helicopter will fly right over your head!
If you want to watch Marine One with some DC landmarks in the frame, stand at the WWII Memorial, facing the Washington Monument.
The three helicopters will fly in front of the Washington Monument lining up for a great photo op.
What kind of helicopter is Marine One?
Officially, any helicopter that the President is on is Marine One.
That is the call sign for any USMC aircraft that has the President on board, just like Air Force one denotes whatever plane is carrying the President.
It is usually operated by Marine Helicopter Squadron One (HMX-1 "Nighthawks"), only four pilots have this honor every year.
The type of helicopter is often a VH-3D Sea King:
or the VH-60N "WhiteHawk"
Marine One helicopters have standard military anti-missile countermeasures, and ballistic armor and can continue to fly even if it loses one of the three engines.
It can fit 14 passengers but is quiet enough that the President can use a normal tone of voice on his secure line to the White House.
NOTE: A few times a year when the President is out of the country, you will see a helicopter take off and land on the South Lawn on repeat for about half an hour - this is training!
The President isn't actually on the helicopter - but your Instagram followers won't know that!
THE WHITE HOUSE VISITOR CENTER:
After an extensive revamping, the White House Visitor Center is now open again to the public.
Read our overview of the museum and visitor center for more information.
The restoration work took over 2 years and cost $12.5 million, much of which came from private donations through the White House Historical Association.
There are over 90 new artifacts on display, many of which have never before been on display.
Some of our favorites are the desk that Franklin Delano Roosevelt sat at when he delivered his famous fireside chats and a scaled model of the White House.
Within the White House Visitor Center, you can watch a 14-minute film that takes you inside the White House and the lives of the First Families.
Allow anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour for your visit here.
VISITOR TIP : The White House Visitor Center has a great gift shop. There is also a gift shop at 701 15th St NW called White House Gifts. Here can take a photo of yourself sitting behind a replica of the Presidential desk in the Oval Office!
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