President's Park includes 82 acres of park lands surrounding the White House, home to statues, gardens, and memorials.
Exhibits and artifacts tell the story of the White House as a symbol, stage, and home.
Tours must be scheduled through your Congressman or embassy.
A tradition that dates back to 1878, the Easter Egg Roll is the largest event held at the White House today. Tickets are required.
Explore the gardens on the South Lawn and uncover the White House's history on the Spring and Fall Garden Tours. Tickets are required.
The tradition of the National Christmas Tree on the Ellipse began with President Coolidge over 90 years ago!
There are many ways to get involved at President's Park.
Start your career with the National Park Service or explore some of our youth programs.
Support and Donations make turf restoration, tree replacement, education/interpretation, and other conservation efforts possible.
Last updated: January 12, 2021
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