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Missed your chance to tour the White House before tours were suspended seven months ago? Fear not; the doors have been opened to the public once more.
Self-guided, public tours of the White House’s East Wing and Executive Residence resumed Tuesday after their suspension back in March due to sequestration-related government spending cuts. The tours now run three days a week and can be requested by visitors through their member of Congress.
Don’t wait too long, though. Temporary funding only guarantees the tours through January 15.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated to reflect which tours were resumed.
H/T Justin Scuiletti
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