Tours and Tickets
COVID-19 (coronavirus) Update: The Capitol Visitor Center is currently closed for tours by order of the House of Representatives. We regret any inconvenience this may cause you, and we look forward to welcoming you to the Capitol for tours at a future date. In the meantime we welcome you to take a virtual tour: visitthecapitol.gov
All tickets are provided to constituents on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to the large number of visitors, please request them as early as possible in order to maximize your chances.
U.S. Capitol Building
**The Capitol Building is currently closed for tours by order of the Speaker.
The Office of Congressman Darrell Issa can request reserved tour tickets on behalf of constituents of the 50th Congressional District, typically offered Monday-Saturday between 8:30 am - 3:00pm ET.
You may view a Map of Capitol Hill, here.
The White House
***The White House is currently closed to tours due to COVID.
Library of Congress
**The Library of Congress is currently closed to public tours due to COVID.
Each of “America’s Library buildings”, named for a U.S. President (Adams, Jefferson, and Madison), contains millions of cataloged books and other print materials on 530 miles of shelving is a world-renowned research center for scholars easily accessible to both Congress and the public. The buildings are located on Capitol Hill on First Street and Independence Avenue, SE.
Supreme Court of the United States
**The Supreme Court is currently closed to public tours due to COVID.
Group tours are available and must be made in advance. The Supreme Court is located on Capitol Hill on First and East Capitol Streets, NE.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing
**The Bureau is currently closed to public tours due to COVID.
The BEP's Tour and Visitor Center is a great place to learn all about U.S. paper currency. See millions of dollars being printed as you walk along the gallery overlooking the production floor!
**The FBI is currently closed to public tours due to COVID.
The FBI Experience is a self-guided tour at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. The tour features interactive multimedia exhibits, content, and artifacts that help illustrate the importance of the Bureau’s work to protect the nation.