Congressman Peters is pleased to be able to assist constituents in scheduling tours at several popular attractions in Washington, D.C. Please be sure to request your tours through this website and to include your email address as that is the primary method of correspondence.
Many tours in Washington, D.C. require advance notice, as they fill up very quickly due to high demand. While the Congressman's office can assist you in acquiring tickets, there are no guarantees of availability. For information on general sightseeing and attractions in the area, please visit my Washington DC Tour Information page. For general inquiries, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Congressman Peters’ office can schedule tours for San Diego school groups visiting Washington, D.C. Please give the office as much advanced notice as possible to accommodate your school group.
Keep in mind that most tour locations are open to the public and there are still opportunities to take the same tours without scheduling them through my office. You can use the information provided below to schedule tours at most locations on your own.
My office has a “Welcome to Washington” visitors guide that includes a history of DC, maps of the city, suggested day trips, and detailed information about local attractions. To download a copy, click here.
Requesting a Tour
All requests from my constituents are submitted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Due to the large number of requests, PLEASE SUBMIT THIS FORM AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE in order to maximize your chances of having your tour approved. Please know that while my office will make every effort to accommodate your request, tours cannot be guaranteed.