White House Garden Tours

First Lady Melania Trump and a girl harvest vegetables
First Lady Melania Trump harvests vegetables in the White House Kitchen Garden, 2017.

NPS / Nathan King

When are tours?

The White House Garden Tour is available in spring and fall, typically in April and October. Spring 2019 Garden Tours will be held on Saturday, April 13, from 10am-4:30pm and Sunday, April 14, from 10am-2:30pm.

Please note the garden tour is separate from the White House tour.

How to Attend

Tickets are required to take the White House Garden Tour. Tickets are free, and specify a time to enter the grounds for your tour. Starting at 8:30 am, find a park ranger at the corner of Constitution Avenue and 15th Street NW to get your free ticket(s).

What will I see?

The White House Grounds are the oldest continually maintained landscape in the United States. One weekend during the spring and fall the White House South Grounds are open to the public. Visitors have the opportunity to see the two formal gardens, the Rose Garden near the West Wing and the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden near the East Wing as well as the Kitchen Garden which was established in 2009. Along with the gardens visitors can view many of the ornamental trees planted by former presidents.

 
Visit our keyboard shortcuts docs for details
Duration:
1 minute, 27 seconds

Get a closer look at the South Lawn's gardens with Ranger Jenny! (Credit: Official White House Video)

 

Last updated: March 25, 2019

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

1849 C Street NW
Room 1426

Washington, DC 20240

Phone:

(202) 208-1631

Contact Us