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Business Description
One of America's most recognizable historical and political symbols is also the home and office of the President of the United States.
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Regular Hours

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Phone: (202) 456-1111

Phone: (202) 456-2121

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visa, all major credit cards
Location
White House
Neighborhoods
Northwest Washington, Washington Mall
Category
Tours-Operators & Promoters

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08/30/2014

Overall

Someone should get the black guy out of the White House because he has not served in the military, he has destroyed the United States, and a lot of people far and wide around the world believe he is the anti-Christ I mean for god sakes he is more of a celebrity then a president

08/13/2011

Overall
Awesome

Thanks to our Rep. Randy Forbes for arranging our tour. Makes me proud to be an American.

01/31/2009

Overall
A Nice Place To Visit!

The White House is a nice place to visit but I would not want to live there. I prefer a place with more privacy and less drama like the Vice Presidental home across the street. Still the White house is a great place to visit. Recently, tenants who had been in the house for eight years moved out and new tenants moved in. We will see what the new occupants do with the house.



The White House is best viewed in the Spring when cherry blossoms are in bloom. Do not miss the cherry blossoms! Other than that, check out Christmas morning. The White House Christmas tree is appealing as are nearby trees of all the states!



Take a subway to get into DC and avoid parking!



Recent parties at the White House have left it no worse for wear! (No one could have left it a worse mess than Andrew Johnson once did). The current residents seem to have looked forward to living in the House and actually campaigned to move there. I think the former residents moved to Texas. If that is the case, I do not blame them either. DC traffic is especially bad but one does not have to go so far as Texas to avoid it.



The White House is worth a visit. If offered a chance to live there, I would humbly decline. I have many ideas for renovation and will make myself available if called upon.



Steven Robert Heine.

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