White House Visitor Center

The new White House Visitor Center includes interactive multimedia, improved accessibility, and over 90 artifacts to discover.
The White House Visitor Center includes interactive multimedia, improved accessibility, and over 90 artifacts to discover.

White House Historical Association

Where to go

The White House Visitor Center, located at 1450 Pennsylvania Ave. NW (map), offers visitors a window into the president's iconic home. Admission is free. The visitor center is open Wednesday-Saturday from 11am-4pm.

Please note the following safety mitigations in place:

  • Visitor capacity is limited to 50 people
  • Consistent with CDC guidance regarding areas of substantial or high transmission, all visitors over the age of two, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask.

Security screening is required for entry to the visitor center.

What to see

The exhibit areas feature approximately 100 historical artifacts, interpretive panels, looping videos of photos and archival footage, and interactive elements for visitors of all ages. Visitors can explore an interactive touchscreen tour of the White House, view over 90 artifacts from the White House collection, and view the 14 minute film, "White House: Reflections From Within." Then shop in the White House Historical Association retail store to find the perfect souvenir.

Visit the information desk to inquire about ranger programs and special events at President's Park.

 

FAQs

Have tour questions? Visit our White House Tours page, or call the visitor center at (202) 208-1631.

 
 

Last updated: July 28, 2021

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

1849 C Street NW
Room 1426

Washington, DC 20240

Phone:

(202) 208-1631

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