Welcome to the Virtual Tour of the White House, the First Family's Washington D.C.
vacation home. Every day, more than 6,000 people come to visit the White House. Sadly,
many of them are suspicious looking, unwashed, and/or malodorous. Those persons are stopped at the
gate, and for the same price of admission to the actual White House, are permitted to take
this very same virtual tour from the comfort and high-security seclusion of the Secret Service interrogation
The virtual tour strives to highlight not only rooms seen on the walking tour,
but also special, secret areas of the White House previously inaccessible to rabble such as yourself. The tour describes the
history of this grand old mansion, its furniture and decorations - and examines recent renovations (enhancements)
made by President & Mrs. George W. Bush.
Today, with walking tours of the White House reserved almost exclusively
for Ranger-Level Campaign Fund-Raisers, the Bush Administration is happy to make this delightfully interactive
virtual tour available to the general public over the World Wild Interweb. At present, it is limited
to the rooms you see here.
We thank you for your voyeurism and hope you enjoy your imaginary visit to the Bush Family's East Coast timeshare.
The Lincoln Bedroom
The Blue Room
The China Room
The Map Room
The State Dining Room
The Vermeil Room