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White House tours

See the infamous neoclassical White House which stands as a striking presence on Pennsylvania Avenue.

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Your VIP Tour begins at the Capitol Visitors Center. Beat the long entrance lines and experience Washington, DC like a true insider. Enjoy r...

Duration
8 hours
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Available in: English
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Washington DC is remarkable after dark, and this combined shuttle/walking tour brings you a unique, breathtaking experience of the U.S. capi...

Duration
3 hours
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Available in: English
Bus tours

PLEASE NOTE: Only the Silver Pass is currently available as the Arlington National Cemetery Shuttle is not operating. Make exploring all of ...

Duration
72 hours
Free cancellation
Available in: English
Walking tours

Play a democracy city game that will take you through the grounds of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Take on the challenge and learn ab...

Duration
1 hour 20 minutes
Free cancellation
Available in: English

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The inside story

The White House is known for being the residence and workplace of every US president since 1800 when John Adams held the position. Located in Washington, D.C., The infamous site is a striking presence on Pennsylvania Avenue. The house features a neoclassical style designed by James Hoban. Construction began in 1792 and ended in 1800. To construct the house, Aquia creek sandstone was utilized and famously painted the iconic white. Today, the White House complex consists of the Executive Residence, West Wing, East Wing, the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, and the guest residence the Blair House.

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White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20500, United States Washington DC
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