You’re Invited to Take a Virtual Tour of The White House
You’re invited to The White House! The White House is the only private residence of a head of state that is open to the public, free of charge. Google Arts & Culture lets us explore the ornate rooms and decor of The State Floor, The Ground Floor, and the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.
Start your tour off on The State Floor, to visit the East Room (the largest room in the house), The Green Room, The Blue Room, The Red Room, and the State Dining Room.
Venture down to The Ground Floor where you’ll find the official White House Library, Vermeil Room that displays a large collection of vermeil (gilded silver), China Room, and the East Garden Room.
The Eisenhower Office Building houses offices for White House staff. There you’ll also find the Vice President’s Ceremonial Office, Secretary of War Suite, The War Library/The Law Library, and The Indian Treaty Room.
This post was written by Kidsguide