Visiting DC

VISITING DC

Below is a list of notable tours and attractions in Washington, D.C.  Our office can assist you with any tours that require tickets.

Due to the high number of tour requests we receive, many places require a request to be submitted at least 3 months in advance.  If you are coming to D.C. with less than 3 months’ notice we are happy to submit the tour request information, but cannot guarantee tickets.

 Please take a look at the list below and email HERE for tour inquiries.

FREE TOURS IN D.C. THAT RECOMMEND GETTING TICKETS AHEAD OF TIME:
-Note, if you do not have tickets there are some first come, first serve tickets available the day of the tour.

• Supreme Court 
• Library of Congress
• National Archives 
• Bureau of Engraving and Printing 
• US Capitol 
• National Museum of African American History and Culture (Right now tickets are required and ‘sold out’)

 

FREE TOURS IN D.C. THAT REQUIRE TICKETS:

• FBI
• White House 
• State Department 
• Pentagon (In Virginia)

**Note: “For a tour of the FBI, please keep in mind sensitive information such as Birth date, Social Security Number, Passport Number/Green Card Number, Country of Birth, and Country of Citizenship will be needed to complete the request.  All tours of the FBI will only be available for United States Citizens or Green Card Holders.  If one does not feel comfortable volunteering this information, then please keep in mind that their request for a tour with the FBI will be denied.  Those who wish to proceed with a tour request with the FBI can e-mail tours@kennedy.senate.gov

 

FREE TOURS IN D.C. THAT DO NOT REQUIRE TICKETS:

• US Botanical Gardens 
• Freer Gallery of Art 
• Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden 
• National Air and Space Museum
• National Gallery of Art
• National Museum of African Art
• National Museum of American Art 
• National Museum of American History 
• National Portrait Gallery 
• National Zoo (Parking at Zoo is $20)
• Holocaust Memorial Museum (Timed tickets are required to view the Permanent Exhibition between March and August.)
• Renwick Gallery 
• Sackler Gallery 
• Revolution Museum
• Smithsonian Institution Building 
• Folger Shakespeare Library 
• Ford’s Theatre and Lincoln Museum
• National Geographic Explorers Hall 
• Navy Museum

 

 

MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS : 

• Arlington Cemetery 
• Iwo Jima/Marine Corps War Memorial 
• Jefferson Memorial 
• Korean War Memorial
• Lincoln Memorial 
• National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
• Teddy Roosevelt Memorial
• FDR Memorial 
• Vietnam Memorial
• Washington Monument (Closed for tours.)