Congresswoman Jackie Speier

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Tour Request Form

Tour Request Form


Every American should visit our nation’s capital at least once in their lifetime.  It is a beautiful, walkable city filled with history, familiar landmarks, and educational resources.  As your Congressional Representative, I want to make your trip as memorable as possible.

Please first check to see if you reside in my district, by inputting your ZIP code (and address if necessary) into the U.S. House of Representatives website, as I am only able to accept requests from California’s new 14th District. Congressional courtesy dictates that Representatives be given the opportunity to assist their own constituents.

While you are in Washington, I welcome you to stop by my office on Capitol Hill from 9:30 to 2:30.  We are located in the Rayburn House Office Building on the 4th floor, northwest corner, in room 2465. Parking is very limited around Capitol Hill, so I highly recommend taking metro (the blue/orange/silver line) to the Federal Center SW or Capitol South stops. Whether you are travelling as a family, individual, or school group, my staff and I would love to meet you, tell you about what is happening on Capitol Hill that day, and provide you water, See’s and Gimbal’s candy, and gallery passes to view the House floor.   My office is your home turf in Washington!

If you are my constituent and would like tour-booking assistance, please consult this list to learn about the ones we can request for you, and then complete the form below as soon as you know your trip dates. My staff will be sure to reply to you within 3 business days, submit each request to the respective agency, and provide an itinerary once your tours are approved. Although we do our best to help you, some tours fill up quickly and tours are not guaranteed, especially tours of the White House, the Supreme Court, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and any tours from late March through July. Please let me know if you cancel your trip to DC so the tour slots can be made available to other constituents.

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Contact Information
First Name:     *
Last Name:     *
Mobile Phone While In DC (or Hotel Name if No Mobile Phone):     *
Number In Party:     *
Ages of any Children or Seniors:     
For Tour Groups other than Families
Group Type:   
Travel Dates and Information
Arrival in DC: Date, Time, Airport/Station:     *
Please list up to three dates that you would like to submit a White House tour request for. The White House only accepts three dates as part of requests. You should be available from 7:00 am – 2:00 pm on any date you list.      
Dates Available for All Other Tours:     *
Requested Tours (see complete descriptions here)Please read about and check the box for each tour that you would like us to request for you, keeping in mind the suggested timeline for each tour:

 White House –Offered Tuesday - Saturday, 7:00 am to 1:00 pm (date & time chosen by White House). No tours are offered on Sundays and Mondays, and no public tours are available. Requests can be submitted up to three months in advance, and no later than 21 days in advance. Please note that high season for tours in Washington DC lasts from March until May, and during those months less than 5% of guests are confirmed for White House tours. Once your completed tour request form is received by our office, you will receive a secure link from the White House, which you will use to request your tour and submit the required security information.

 U.S. Capitol – Offered Monday – Saturday, 9:30 am -3:30 pm. Public tours are always available if you go directly to the Capitol Visitor Center (CVC) during these hours, or you may request a tour in advance through my office. On weekdays, I invite you to visit my office in 2465 Rayburn where we can provide you with passes to the House gallery. Due to the ongoing Capitol Dome Restoration project, tours of the Capitol building will be severely limited in scope from July 23 – September 6. The Rotunda and other sights normally included on the Capitol tour route will be closed and not a part of the tour. The Capitol Visitors Center plans to offer additional enrichment opportunities to make up for the very brief tour that will be offered during the Rotunda closure. You can visit their website here:

State Department’s Diplomatic Reception Rooms – Due to recent changes in the State Department’s tour request system, you no longer need to submit tours through your Member of Congress. Tour requests can be submitted directly via the link provided:

 Bureau of Engraving & Printing (The Mint) Congressional Tour – Must be booked at least 60 days in advance. Public tours are also available.

 Library of Congress Congressional Tour –Offered Monday – Friday, 9:45 am, 11:45 am and 1:45 pm. Must be booked at least 30 days in advance. Public tours are also available should congressional reservations not be available.

 Supreme Court Congressional Lecture –Offered weekdays at 12:30 pm. May be closed during Oral Argument periods. Public tours are also available Monday- Friday every half-hour from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm.

 Kennedy Center of Performing Arts –Offered Monday - Friday, 9:30 am and 4:30 pm and on weekends at 9:30 am. Public tours also available.

Additional information

  Comments, questions, special occasions, special needs, plans to schedule around while in DC, etc:


In addition to these tours, my staff has prepared materials and insider tips that can help you make the most of your visit: