Webster to Continue Welcoming Visitors for Public Capitol Tours

While the White House has closed its doors to vacationers and school groups, I assure you my door is always open.


An image looking up from the statue of George Washington in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol Building, showing Constantino Brumidi's fresco, the Apotheosis of Washington.
At the direction of the President, the White House has canceled all  public tours effective this Saturday, March 9, 2013. While I am disappointed the White House has closed its doors to vacationers and school groups ahead of the spring break season, I assure you my door is always open.

Despite voluntarily cutting my office budget by more than 30 percent, I have been able to maintain all of our constituent services with no interruption, and my staff will continue to welcome all visiting Central Floridians to the Capitol and provide free guided tours of the U.S. Capitol complex. If you would like to make arrangements through my office for a Capitol tour, please contact Christa in my congressional office at 202.225.2176 or email her at Christa.Pearson@mail.house.gov. Also, click here to learn about other memorable experiences available during your stay in Washington, D.C.