DC Visits

Serveral tours and public attractions in Washington DC have been impacted by COVID-19. If you are planning a visit Washington, please use this page to stay up to date on the operating status of tours and public attractions. While tours are not currently operating, I encourage you to contact my Washington office to plan your trip if you intend to visit in the coming months.

The following locations have announced changes in operating status and tours (please click on the attraction you wish to visit for further updates):

White House: Tours operating on Fridays and Saturdays from 8:00AM to 11:00AM. To begin the scheduling process, please complete the tour request form or call 202-225-5435.

United States Capitol and House and Senate Office Buildings: All Buildings CLOSED to public and tours CANCELED. Buildings and tours are CLOSED until further notice.

Library of Congress: All buildings CLOSED to public and tours CANCELLED until further notice.

FBI Building: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice.

Department of State: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice.

Pentagon: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice.

Smithsonian Musuems (list here): All buildings CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice. All events and programming cancelled until further notice.

National Zoo: OPEN to the public. Visitors must reserve a timed entry pass

Holocaust Museum: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice.

National Archives: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice. 

John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts: Building CLOSED to public and tours CANCELED until further notice. 

Arlington National Cemetary: CLOSED to public; OPEN to families for visitation; scheduled funerals will CONTINUE as planned.

Museum of the Bible: OPEN to the public. Tickets can be reserved online or at the museum.

International Spy Museum: OPEN to the public. Visitors must reserve a timed entry pass.

National Arboretum: OPEN to the public. Only 200 cars will be allowed on site at a time and all building remain CLOSED.

U.S. Botanic Gardens: Building CLOSED until further notice.

Washington National Cathedral: Building CLOSED until further notice.

National Gallery of Art: OPEN to the public. Visitors must reserve a timed entry pass

National Building Museum: Building CLOSED until further notice.