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This building has always intrigued me. We still call it the Old Executive Office Building (OEOB) for some reason. It was really nice to see it decorated for the holidays – it looked especially lovely in the evening. It is right next to the White...More
Huge office building next to the White House. You look at it from one side and it looks big. You walk around the entire building and you are impressed. If doesn't look a wartime or executive office, but it is. And massive at that!
This beautiful, monumental building is located beside the White House & across the Renwyck Smithsonian Art Museum. Its beauty is truly eye-catching. I think it is one of the most beautiful building in the city.
When we visited the White House Christmas tree side, we can’t help noticing this beautiful building. We entered the lawb and able to walk on the garden and also visited the memorial in front. Such a remarkable infrastructure indeed!
Every time I passed by this building, I wished I could visit and see what's inside. For me, it looked like a European Palace, not an Office building!
Similar to what I observed during my earlier visit, people going inside are all in their business...More
This monumental building is in Pennsylvania Avenue a few doors from the White House. I was impressed by its size and architecture which sits well with other buildings in the area. . Many White House administrative staff work here.
Response from holy_grizz | Reviewed this property |
I don't believe the building is open to the public to tour as it is a working office building. Your best bet would be if you knew someone that works there/has access to the building to give you a tour. With that you... More
I don't believe the building is open to the public to tour as it is a working office building. Your best bet would be if you knew someone that works there/has access to the building to give you a tour. With that you wouldn't need advanced approval. You could also try sending a request to your local state representative (similar to how you would request approval to visit the White House) to see if s/he is able to help. If you go that route, I would recommend sending your request months in advance.