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Treasury Curator

 Curator

The Office of the Curator at the U.S. Department of the Treasury guides the preservation of the historic buildings of the Department as it's Federal Preservation Officer, cares for the cultural resources, and provides museum quality collection management of the fine and decorative arts, and antique furniture of the Treasury Building adjacent to the White House.

If you are planning a trip to Washington, D.C. and are interested in the Treasury Building Public Tour program conducted on most Saturday mornings, additional information can be found at our tour program page.

Please Note: The tours are by advance registration only and are made through your local Congressional Office.


In Depth: Preservation of the Treasury Building & Collection in More Detail

Learn about the newest exhibit inside the Treasury Building: The History of the Locations of the Offices of the Secretary.

Take a Walking Tour of the Treasury Building with your smart phone. If your trip to Washington, D.C. doesn't allow you to schedule a formal tour of the Treasury Building, an informative walking tour of the building can be enjoyed on your smart phone by using our mobile website. A great tool for teachers and history buffs as you walk along Pennsylvania Avenue and Fifteenth Street.

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