Visiting Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in the world. Congressman Guthrie encourages you to take advantage of its rich history and endless opportunities. As you plan your trip to the nation's capitol, our staff is here to help. Feel free to contact the Tour Coordinator in our Washington, D.C. office for information on obtaining a “Guide to D.C.” or explore this part of our website for more information on visiting our nation's capital.

Click here to fill out a tour request form online.

The U.S. Capitol

If you would like to arrange a tour of the Capitol, please fill out the Tour Request Form or contact our Tour Coordinator at (202) 225-3501. Congressman Guthrie’s staff is happy to provide constituents with passes to the House and Senate Galleries where you can watch Congress in action while the chambers are in session. Additionally, House Gallery passes are available when the House is not in session.

The White House

Congressional offices are available to help set up tours of the White House. Since the White House approves tours on a first-come, first-serve basis, we encourage requests to be submitted as soon as possible. The White House starts accepting requests three months prior to the desired tour date; availability and approval is not guaranteed. Tours are conducted at the discretion of the White House on Tuesday through Saturday mornings. These tours are self-guided and take approximately 40-60 minutes. The White House requires all attendees provide their full name, Social Security number, date of birth, city and state of birth, country of origin, and gender for their reservation request form. IDs will be required for entry on day of tour. Click here for a full list of prohibited items

If you are interested in requesting a tour of the White House through our office, please fill out a Tour Request Form or contact our Tour Coordinator at (202) 225-3501.