United States Archives

At the U.S. Archives visitors are able to view formative documents such as the original Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. Public and private tours are both offered. Public tours are free and do not require advanced notice, however private tours do require reservations. Unfortunately, these private reservation requests do have a small fee ($6 / 4 tickets), so my office is unable to book them for you. We do however, strongly recommend making one, especially if you are visiting during peak touring times between April and August. 
To make a reservation and learn more, visit archives.gov/nae/visit.
700 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20408
Yellow or Green line to the Archives/Navy Memorial station.