Request a Tour
If you are a Montana resident and plan to visit Washington, DC, my office can try to help you obtain tickets for many of the most fascinating sights in our nation's capital. To read more about available tours, please visit the Visiting Washington, DC page. There, you will find 12 specific sights which offer Congressional tickets for their tour. The tourist description includes a narrative of what you will see and details about the hours, locations, metro stop, and other related facts.
Once you have previewed all available tours and submitted the tour request form below, my office will start the ball rolling. Please closely observe deadlines and guidelines for requesting tours as each has specific requirements and timelines for requests. You will receive a confirmation response that your request for these tours has been received.
|TOUR||DEADLINE (ORDERED FROM MOST NOTICE REQUIRED TO THE LEAST)|
|State Department||Three months.|
|White House||Three months (April-July); One month (August-March).|
|National Archives||Six weeks (April through July); Flexible other months of the year (August-March).|
|National Parks||One month.|
|Pentagon||One week to three months.|
|Kennedy Center||One week to one month.|
|Library of Congress||One week to one month.|
|Supreme Court||One week to one month.|
|Treasury Building||One week.|
|Bureau of Printing and Engraving||Two weeks (April-July); Flexible other months of the year (August-March).|
|Holocaust Memorial Museum||One to two weeks (March-August); No tickets required (September-February).|
|Capitol Building||One to two weeks' notice, but we will try to accommodate all requests.|
|Montana Coffee||The Monday prior to the Montana Coffee you wish to attend. More information on upcoming Montana Coffees is available on the Montana Coffee page.|
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