DC Tours & Operating Status

Tours and public attractions in Washington DC have been impacted by the Coronavirus If you are planning a visit Washington, please use this page to stay up to date on the operating status of tours and public attractions. The following locations have announced changes in operating status and tours (please click on the attraction you wish to visit for further updates):

United States Capitol and House and Senate Office Buildings: All Buildings CLOSED to public and tours SUSPENDED until further notice

Library of Congress: LIMITED OPENING timed and ticketed, three days a week, on-site programs and tours remain canceled.

White House (Call 202-456-7041 for updates)

FBI Building: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice

Bureau of Engraving and Printing: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice

Department of State: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice

Pentagon: Building CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice

Smithsonian Musuems (list here): All buildings CLOSED to public and all tours SUSPENDED until further notice

National Zoo: CLOSED until further notice

Holocaust Museum: The Museum is OPEN on a limited basis with new visitor requirements

National Archives: Some museums are OPEN with limited hours and capacity

John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts (season info): Building CLOSED to public and all performances SUSPENDED until further notice

National Cherry Blossem Festival: Scheduled March 20 - April 17 2022

Arlington National Cemetary: CLOSED to public; OPEN to families for visitation; scheduled funerals will CONTINUE as planned

Museum of the Bible: OPEN

International Spy Museum: OPEN

National Arboretum:  OPEN (Administration Building is still CLOSED to the public, and visitor guides are not available)

Washington Monument: OPEN Tickets released at 10am the day before each arrival date, please review details and health and safety information