DC WishBook
CHECK IN DATE:
NUMBER OF NIGHTS:
For Phone Reservations Call 800-422-8644
The official residence and workplace of the president, the White House offers public tours. America citizens must apply to their congressional office. International visitors must apply through their embassy for timed tickets.

Pictured: The White House

1 of 5
 
  • PRINT

The White House

Perhaps the most famous address in the U.S., The White House is not only where the president lives - it's the political epicenter of Washington, DC. A must-tour for any visitor, be sure to reserve your tickets in advance through your member of Congress.

**White House tours will resume Nov. 5 on a reduced schedule. Tours will run three days a week instead of five. Please visit the White House website for updates or contact the White House Visitors Center at (202) 456-7041.**

 

he more-than-100-year-old home has hosted world leaders, state dinners, Easter egg rolls and more than its fair share of wedding - See more at: http://washington.org/DC-guide-to/visiting-white-house#sthash.Psx9XCsg.dpuf
he more-than-100-year-old home has hosted world leaders, state dinners, Easter egg rolls and more than its fair share of wedding - See more at: http://washington.org/DC-guide-to/visiting-white-house#sthash.Psx9XCsg.dpuf
he more-than-100-year-old home has hosted world leaders, state dinners, Easter egg rolls and more than its fair share of wedding - See more at: http://washington.org/DC-guide-to/visiting-white-house#sthash.Psx9XCsg.dpuf
he more-than-100-year-old home has hosted world leaders, state dinners, Easter egg rolls and more than its fair share of wedding - See more at: http://washington.org/DC-guide-to/visiting-white-house#sthash.Psx9XCsg.dpuf
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Lafayette Square (White House)
Read our guide to the White House, including information on tours and what to see around the famous grounds.
The seated Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial is 19 feet high and weighs 175 tons.
See photos from Washington, DC favorites, including the Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol -- and The White House.
While Georgetown is thoroughly modern, the historic homes that line the neigbhorhood's C&O canal add a turn-of-last-century quality to the swanky area.
Pose for a photo at The White House, dine where the President and Mrs. Obama have, and more.
Find Places
SEARCH SITE
Or browse neighborhood listings by the numbers

DC Travel Inspiration