Tour Request Form

Note: Fields marked with an * are required.

*Due to COVID-19, out of an abundance of caution, the U.S. Capitol, White House, Supreme Court, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and Library of Congress tours have been temporarily suspended*

Our Nation’s Capital is a truly unique place where democracy is exercised, and our heritage is preserved for generations of Americans. 

My staff is eager to provide assistance facilitating tour requests for many of the popular and historic sites in Washington.  My office in Washington can arrange tours of several popular sites in Washington, D.C., for residents of Florida's 11th District. Please keep in mind that while tickets are free, admittance is determined by the individual tour site or agency, not by the Congressional office. Unless specified, tours are available Monday through Friday. These tours are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis, and the summer months are the peak tourist season. 

Due to heightened security, tour requests for the White House and The Bureau of Engraving and Printing should be made at least 3 months in advance. These tours are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is very limited, and there is no guarantee that you will receive tickets. 

Tips for Visiting Capitol Hill:

  • House Galleries - When Congress is in session, visitors are allowed to view live debate in the House and Senate Galleries from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM from Monday through Friday. To obtain passes to the House Gallery, visit my DC office at 1210 Longworth House Office Building. *Please note that children under the age of ten must be accompanied by an adult. Senate Gallery tickets must be obtained from Florida Senate Offices.
  • Meals - Cafeterias are located throughout the Capitol complex in the Capitol Visitor Center, Longworth House Office Building, Rayburn House Office Building, Dirksen Senate Office Building, and the James Madison Memorial Annex to the Library of Congress.
  • Transportation - Since parking is extremely limited in Washington, taxis, buses, and the Metrorail subway are the easiest forms of transportation to and from Capitol Hill. 

    The Capitol South Metro station is the closest station to our office. For additional details on the Washington Area Metropolitan Transit Authority (METRO), please visit:

Click the links below for information on getting tours at other popular sites in D.C. on your own:

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Note: On Sept. 4, 2009, President Obama announced that visitor access records to the White House will be released to the public 90-120 days after a visit. Your full name and the date of your tour will be part of the public record that is released. Your date of birth, Social Security number and all other private information will not be released.

Due to the way Congressional tours are processed in Washington D.C., please only list dates you are available from 7:00 am EST to 5:00 pm EST
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