|Washington DC Tours & Public Buildings Operating Status
Most restrictions in DC have been lifted, and Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that DC's full reopening starts June 11. Without any restrictions starting June 11, individual businesses, attractions and other entities are reopening across the region throughout the rest of summer. The DC government has allowed for unlimited capacity at museums and attractions. However, individual entities may impose their own capacity limits. All Smithsonian museums require free, timed-entry passes. Visitors can acquire passes online or by phone at 800-514-3849, ext. 1 up to 30 days in advance. Same-day passes are also available to reserve for the National Museum of African American History and Culture and the National Museum of American History. Visit the Smithsonian Institution’s website for all hours of operation and the full reopening schedule. Find out more about regulations and health precautions directly from each museum or attraction. Click here to see what’s open now and what’s opening soon.
My office can arrange tours of several popular sites in Washington, D.C. for residents of Arkansas' 1st District. Please keep in mind that tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Please keep in mind when planning your trip that the summer months are the peak tourist season.
We want to make your family’s trip to our Nation’s Capital as enjoyable as possible. If your family or group has any special needs or health concerns that we need to be aware of or accommodate in any way, please let us know in advance. Any information provided will be handled with your privacy in mind. You can let my tour coordinator, Destiny Robertson, know of any special needs or health concerns so we can be better prepared for your visit.
If you are having trouble completing this form, please e-mail Destiny Robertson immediately at Destiny.Robertson@mail.house.gov and she will further assist you.Required fields are followed by *.