Visiting the White House is free, those wishing to get on the tour must send a request to the Senate or the House of Representatives of Congress addressed to the legislator representing the applicant’s constituency.

The capital residence of the American leader – the White House – will once again start conducting excursions for visitors from April 15.

“The administration is pleased to announce that tours for visitors to the White House will begin on Friday, April 15,” the White House said in a statement released on Tuesday. At first, excursions will be held only on Fridays and Saturdays and not five times a week, as previously.

Visiting the White House is free, those wishing to get on the tour must send a request to the Senate or the House of Representatives of Congress addressed to the legislator representing the applicant’s constituency. Visitors will not be required to have protective masks, but they will be provided to those who wish.

As CNN explains, excursions to the White House were discontinued in March 2020 due to the pandemic. In September of the same year, they were briefly resumed.