Thank you for your interest in arranging tours through the office of Congresswoman Mimi Walters. Due to the Presidential Inauguration, our office has received a much higher number of requests than normal. We are processing tours in the order in which they were received and appreciate your patience as we respond to your request.
Please note, as of October 25, 2016, the White House is unable to guarantee any tours will be approved or take place after January 19, 2017 due to the change in administration. Furthermore, The White House tour office is closed until further notice and our office is unable to submit future White House tour requests at this time. Thank you for your patience.
All reservations are provided to constituents on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to the large number of visitors in Washington, please make your requests as early as possible in order to maximize your chances of acceptance. It is preferred that all requests are made at least 3 weeks in advanced, and the National Archives requires at least 6 weeks prior notice before traveling. For information on sightseeing and attractions, please visit the Washington, DC Tourism Information page. Please note the following when submitting your tour requests to the office of Congresswoman Walters:
- Our office requires that you only list full days you are available for tours or indicate what time you are available on arrival days.
- The White House cannot be requested less than 21 days in advance, and we are unable to make exceptions.
- Approval/denial of White House tours is made solely at the discretion of the White House Visitor Office and U.S. Secret Service; our office is unable to appeal or change their decision.
- We recommend obtaining House and Senate Gallery Passes from our office prior to your Capitol tour.
- White House and Treasury Building tour requests require additional personal information such as: full name, birth date, place of birth, and social security number.
- The Treasury Building only offers tours on Saturdays.
- The State Department does not recommend tours for children under the age of 12 and does not permit toddlers.
- The Supreme Court does not require reservations for tours and information can be found at https://www.supremecourt.gov/visiting/visiting.aspx”