Washington Visitors: COVID-19 Closures


Until further notice, access to the Capitol Complex for individuals other than Members of Congress, their staffs, and credentialed press will be restricted. Please see the details below for additional information regarding specific tours. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience and disruptions this might cause for you and your family.  

As a follow up: If you have plans to reschedule your trip for later this year, please reach out to our tour coordinator (Madison.Merschel@mail.house.gov) with your rescheduled itinerary so we can accommodate your future visit.

As always, please call my Washington Office at 202-225-6155 with any additional questions or concerns.

Capitol Tours: We have been informed by the House and Senate Sergeant at Arms that access to the Capitol will become limited starting March 12th, 2020, at 5:00pm. The limited access is anticipated to remain in effect until 8:00 am April 1st, 2020. Limited access includes no staff or public led tours of the Capitol building during this time. This is in an effort to protect the health and safety of Members, staff, and visitors. For more information: http://www.visitthecapitol.

White House: The White House has suspended all tours effective immediately. Tours are being cancelled individually and you will be notified by our tour coordinator when she receives your tour cancellation. The White House has not announced when they will reopen, but updates will be provided on this page as soon as they become available.  

Treasury Department: In addition, the Treasury Department has also suspended their tour program starting March 14 through April 18th, 2020. They are hoping to resume tours on April 25th, 2020.

FBI: Starting Friday, March 13th, 2020, the FBI Building will be closed to all tours. They have not announced when they will reopen to tour groups at this time, but updates will be provided on this page as soon as they become available.  

Bureau of Engraving and Printing: All Bureau of Engraving and Printing public tours have been suspended until further notice and the visitor center closed out of an abundance of caution as a contingency related to the COVID-19 situation. They are continuing to monitor the situation and will post tour and visitor center updates at www.bep.gov.


***As of March 12, 2020, please refer to the above information for all tours until further notice. Thank you. ***


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