Several tours and public attractions in Washington DC have been impacted by COVID-19. If you are planning to visit Washington, please use this page to stay up to date on the operating status of tours and public attractions. The following locations have announced changes in operating status and tours:
The United States Capitol: The Capitol Visitors Center is beginning to reopen for a very limited number of tours Monday-Friday. These tours can be requested through our website, constituents can also register for a guide-led, live, virtual tour of the Crypt, Rotunda, and National Statuary Hall.
Library of Congress*: Beginning April 5, 2022 the Thomas Jefferson building will be open to visitors Tuesday through Saturday. Times entry passes may be reserved through this link.
White House*: Reopening in a very limited capacity. Tours are available on Friday and Saturday from 8:30am to 12:30pm.
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 Museums: All museums open for public tours.
National Museum of African American History and Culture: Timed-entry passes required for all guests.
National Zoo: Entry passes required for all guests.
Holocaust Museum: Timed-entry passes required for all guests.
National Archives: Reservations not required but recommended.
John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts:
REACH, Grand Foyer, Hall of States: OPEN
Victura Park Wine Garden and Café: OPEN
Arlington National Cemetery: OPEN
Museum of the Bible: OPEN
International Spy Museum: OPEN, Limited Tickets Available.
National Arboretum: OPEN