Senate and House Office Buildings, Washington DC

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  • Apparently Monday nights in June is music night and we saw the Commodores- Navy band play which was pretty amazing being held under this magnificent building.  more »
  • Three Senate office building and our Senator's office was located in the Hart building, a short walk from the Capital. Make sure to call in advance for the Gallery Passes, which are free and last for ...  more »
  • We were in town for the inauguration and were invited to stop by our US congressman, Peter King's office for photos and a visit. It was an amazing experience to tour the building and toast the new Pre...  more »
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  • The best government office building in DC. It's just a few blocks from the US Capitol and by far the nicest office building in Congress. It houses the Senate and contrary to the House offices, The Hart Building is modern, open, and light. Anyone can walk in (you just need to get through security) and explore the building. You'll notice a large middle section with a modern sculpture in the middle. Take one of the elevators to any floor and walk around looking at how big the Senator offices are. If you're a photographer, this building has amazing lighting to capture some good shots!
  • This is my favorite of the congressional office buildings as the interior has a nice open feel with a large amount of offices opening into the atrium. Additionally, there is a massive steel mountain and clouds sculpture in the atrium that is rather inspiring as well as some smaller models of buildings on Capitol Hill.
  • One the most amazing place that I've been here in D.C, we finished out IYLEP program here. Leading figures from the Iraqi Embassy In D.C were here it was honor to learn and give something in return to your country.
  • Big, spacious and modern. Where the senators are. Security line can take up to 30 min in am.
  • Senators and Representatives from your state can arrange Capitol tour by their staff. Email in advance. Grill for lunch on ground level. Great news! They also have a Tylenol vending machine on the ground level in case hearings give you a headache!