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Senate and House Office Buildings

Independence & Constitution Aves, Washington DC, DC 20515
+1 202-224-3121
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Independence & Constitution Aves, Washington DC, DC 20515
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I highly recommend coming to view this when you visit DC. Amazing architecture and nation's history! Even more fun on a segway tour!

Thank Joshua R
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

So we we inquired with our representative Dianne Feinstein about tickets to Senate and House and she accommodated us without hesitation. We went to her office to pick up the tickets, completely hassle free, and then proceeded to the waiting area for the Senate. The...More

Thank Carey R
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Reviewed 20 April 2018

If you want to visit you elected offical this is the building that you can go to. Make sure you check where you are going as you can get lost in them.

Thank joefocht53
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Reviewed 13 April 2018 via mobile

There were too many highlights about this place. We had meetings with Senators and Congressmen throughout the day. It was so interesting to walk in the hallways in different building to lobby for rights of underserved groups.

Thank timteresa0
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Reviewed 13 April 2018

Our Tour took us on a brief tour inside. The security line was long and time-consuming. But well worth the wait, Say Paul Ryans office.

Thank Joyce P
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Reviewed 12 April 2018

Dirksen Senate Office building is significantly older and darker, than Hart Senate Office Building (next door) with is lighter and more pleasant. Both are free. If you are going to visit a US Senator or a staff member, building im 20-25 minutes standing in life....More

Thank Joe N
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Reviewed 10 April 2018

Both the Senate and the Congress have large office complexes to the north and south of the capitol itself. Massive is translated into block wide and long buildings which might be missed if one is a tourist. They are public buildings and operate when Congress...More

Thank travellingsinclairs
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

I will never get used to walking through the Capital with all of its' history. It's a beautiful building that everyone needs to visit. At every turn you are reminded of all of the great people that have served this country and who continue to...More

Thank mlk62289
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Reviewed 7 March 2018 via mobile

We visited this amazing building where the elected representatives are normally at work. Be prepared to pass multiple security screenings and you cannot have food or water with you, you have to either consume it before or throw it away before passing the 1st security...More

1  Thank asbrossard
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Reviewed 6 March 2018

Was there last January with my 15 years old boy, visiting from France. No tourist, we almost had the Capitol for ourselves. The guided tour was interesting, clear explanations and access to rooms usually not accessible when too many tourists.Possibility to attend sessions from Senate...More

1  Thank routierfamily
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20 April 2017|
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Response from tominfairfield | Reviewed this property |
Yes. You must obtain a Senate chamber pass from one of your Senators, for a specific date (and may have a designated entry time as well). First, make sure the Senate is in session on the day you plan to observe (Senate... More
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