From the beginning with the Adams to the glamorous Kennedys to the cool Obamas, the White House has been anything but the humble home for the most powerful families in the U.S.- if not the world.

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If you’re lucky enough to get a spot in the exclusive tour, you’ll be able to walk the same steps as the most powerful figurehead in the world. You can go through the state dining room that can host up to 140 heads of states for formal dinners. Then you can make your way through the iconic red, blue, and green rooms, where Obama himself sits to prep for press conferences. Also included in the tour is the party place, The East Room, the Vermeil Room, and the Library that holds 2700 books from American authors or about American history.

Getting this kind of access comes with a few hoops. To visit the White House you have to have a request submitted through your Member of Congress (!) up to six months in advance. The upside, is that all the hard work comes with no price, the tour is free!

You know what they say, the early bird gets the worm, or in this case, the careful planners get an all access pass to the most enviable address in America.

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