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Tour Request Form

Contact: Jordan Hunter (202) 225-3706
How My Office Can Help

Tour tickets go fast and are often hard to come by, particularly in the spring, summer, and on holidays, so try to contact my office with your tour request as early as possible. White House tours should be requested approximately three months in advance to increase the chances of having your tour approved by the White House. Although our office does not control the scheduling or allocation of tour tickets other than to the U.S. Capitol, we will do our best to make your trip a fun and memorable experience. 

Please fill out the form below and we will contact you about your tour requests. 

If you have any questions, call my Washington, DC office at (202) 225-3706 for the latest tour information. We will be happy to help you with any questions you may have about tours. We look forward to making your trip to the capital a great experience.

Click on the links below to download an informational brochure on Washington, DC tours and other helpful information:

Welcome to Washington, D.C.
Metro Website
Map of Capitol Hill

Please fill out the form below completely. Once you hit submit, a member of my staff will be in contact with you.

First Name:
Last Name:
  Address:
City:
State:
Zip:
Email:
Phone for Day of Tour:
Evening Phone:
Reason for Visit

Please select tours you would like to get tickets for:
White House Library of Congress
Pentagon Kennedy Center
Supreme Court State Department
Capitol Bureau of Engraving



Arrival Date/Time:
Departure Date/Time:

Visitors:   Enter the total number of people in your group.

Comments:

Write us about your tour details and any special accommodations that you may need.


* Please be advised that tours may be canceled due to weather or national security issues
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Due to the large volume of tour requests my office receives, I am only able to offer tours to residents of the 13th District of Texas. If you live outside of the 13th District, please know that Congressional courtesy requires that your own representative have the opportunity to assist you. Click here to find your Member of Congress.