Congressman Miller offers VIP tour tickets to Washington, DC’s top sites, including the White House, Capitol building, Pentagon and others. Use the links and information on this page to sign up for VIP tours and plan other aspects of your visit.
Sign Up for VIP Tour Tickets
This on-line form allows you to request VIP tour tickets through Mr. Miller's office to Washington, DC's top sites. Tickets are distributed first come, first served by different agencies based on their availability. Sometimes demand is greater than supply. In these cases, unfortunately, your tour will be denied. Two weeks before you’re expected in Washington, DC, you will receive by EMAIL your final itinerary showing dates and times of confirmed tours.
Washington Monument Observation Deck Tickets (Select "Washington Monument")
The National Park Service allows visitors to reserve tour tickets to visit the top of the 555-foot tall Washington Monument. The Washington Monument is located in the center of the National Mall with panoramic views of the U.S. Capitol building, White House, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, World War II Memorial and other national landmarks. Tickets to the top of the Washington Monument are extremely limited; Mr. Miller strongly recommends visitors purchase, for a small processing fee, tickets before traveling to Washington, DC via the National Park Service's tour reservation system. These tickets cannot be reserved by Mr. Miller.
National Archive Tour Tickets (Select "National Archives")
The National Park Service is handles all tour reservations for the National Archives. The National Archives is home to the original Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights. Tickets to the National Archives are extremely limited; Mr. Miller strongly recommends visitors purchase, for a small processing fee, tickets before traveling to Washington, DC via the National Park Service's tour reservation system. These tickets cannot be reserved by Mr. Miller.
What’s the Best Way to Get Around?
Metro: This is Washington, DC’s subway system. It’s clean, safe, inexpensive and reliable. Most area attractions are near Metro stations. This should be your primary means of getting around. After signing up for tour tickets, you will receive an easy to read Metro user guide and map from Mr. Miller’s office.
Walking: Washington, DC has a great public transportation system but be prepared to walk…a lot! Some museums are as large as a city block. And some attractions may be a few blocks from a Metro station.
Taxi: When a location you want to visit may be too far to walk to, the city has plenty of taxicabs driving around waiting to be hailed. The price of a taxi trip is regulated by the city so don’t worry about being cheated.
Driving in the City: Don’t do it! (If you can avoid it.) Parking is extremely limited, roads can be very confusing (like six way intersections) and traffic can be a nightmare (think downtown LA plus motorcades and protestors). If driving, pay for private parking. If you park on the street, read all street sign restrictions carefully. The city issues one ticket every nine seconds all day everyday and has a fleet of tow trucks waiting for you to slip up.
Tour Buses: There are several tour companies that offer inexpensive driving tours of the city—usually aboard a bus-like vehicle. Some will even let you get off and on at different sites at no additional charge. Pricing, availability and ticketing can be done at Union Station.
From the Airport: Washington, DC is serviced by thee airports. Reagan National Airport (DCA) is Metro and taxi accessible and is about five miles from downtown. Dulles International Airport (IAD) is about 27 miles from downtown. It’s serviced by taxi and Super Shuttle. Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) is about 33 miles from downtown and is serviced by taxi, Super Shuttle, Amtrak and Maryland’s MARC trains (although the last two modes require a free bus ride to a train station—not very convenient).
Amtrak and Commuter Trains: Trains to Virginia, Maryland, Philadelphia, New York City, Boston and other destinations depart daily from Union Station.
When visiting sites in and around Washington, DC, there are several security measures in place that may affect your visit. All persons and bags entering secured areas are subject to search by security personnel. Prohibited items may include, but are not limited to:
- Liquids of any kind, including bottled water, lipstick, foundation, lip gloss, etc.
- Weapons and explosives.
- Aerosol and non-aerosol sprays.
- Suitcases, duffle bags and large backpacks.
- Knives of any kind, including razors and box cutters.
- Mace and pepper spray.
If you have additional questions, call Mr. Miller’s office at 202-225-3201.