White House Visitor Center
While one of its primary purposes is to provide a home for the first family, the White House isn’t just where the president resides. It is, in many ways, the center point of American politics, providing not only a rich documentation of each president’s term, but embodying the stage on which centuries of governing have transpired.
The reimagined White House Visitor Center is an effort to demonstrate this legacy; to educate the public, to connect visitors to the White House’s history, and to show the mansion in as many lights as possible — from home, to office, to museum.
The Visitor Center is now able to educate and connect, not only through its newfound tools and exhibits, but through its historic architecture, pronounced now more than ever with a renovation that carefully balances history and future, local and global.