Tour Requests

Senator Lee's office provides tour information for Utahns planning a trip to Washington, D.C. 

Unfortunately, on March 5, 2013 President Obama announced that his White House is incapable of managing its budget to be able to continue accommodating the thousands of visitors who would like to take a self-guided tour of this historical monument.  As a result of this announcement, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to tour the White House on your visit, but you are still welcome to request a tour in case the White House reverses this decision.

Fortunately, the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the National Archives have managed their budgets to be able to continue providing tours to the public.  Senator Lee's office has also prioritized its budget to be able to continue offering staff-led tours of the Capitol Building.  

Please fill out the following form, and we will help you plan your visit to the nation's capital.


Visiting Washington D.C.

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#RoadLessTraveledUtah Photo Contest

Utah has over 43,000 miles of public roads. These roads connect communities, pass through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country, and they enable Utahns to enjoy an enviable standard of living. Senator Mike Lee would like to showcase an outstanding collection of Utah’s roads in his Washington DC office. You are invited by Senator Mike Lee and Utahgram to submit your photographs of Utah’s roads to this Instagram photo contest.