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The White House of Washington, DC
The White House
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1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, 20500 202-4656-111
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the white house: landmark, Sightseeing, East Wing Tours 

Visit the most iconic residence in the United States, if not the free world, The White House. Visiting The White House for a street-side photo op is simple, but with a bit of planning, Executive Mansion tours are an in-depth look behind the scenes. Experience the grandeur of the East Wing, which has hosting world leaders for over a hundred years. Explore the State Dining Room, where world affairs are discussed in stately elegance, and The China Room, named for its Eastern artifacts. Guided by docents, White House tours relive the history, politics, and notable events that have shaped the free world from within its walls.
 

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Prices - 

Free
 

Hours -  

Tours :7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (Tues- Thurs), 7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. ( Fridays & Saturdays)
 

Events

  • Ceremonies
  • Holiday Events
  • Special Garden Tours
 
 

Activities

  • Self-Guided Tours
  • Sightseeing
  • Docent Lectures
  • Histroric Landmark
  • Visitor's Center
 

FAQs

  • Can I tour the White House? Do I need a reservation?

    Tours can only be scheduled and reserved through your Member of Congress. Your representative should have a simple tour request form on their website. Simply fill out the form with your planned days of visiting. Tour requests can be submitted six months in advance but no less than three weeks before your planned dates. Tours are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, so it's advisable to submit your request as soon as possible. 
  • What items are permitted inside the white house?

    To tour The White House, you must first present a valid, government-issued I.D., such as a driver's license or passport. Backpacks, purses and handbags are not allowed inside The White House. Strollers and video cameras are also not permitted. However, visitors are allowed to bring small compact cameras and cell phones to take pictures during the tour. 
 

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