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Where History Lives: A Tour of the White House (2004)

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This tour of the White House hosted by former First Lady Laura Bush does feature the Oval Office unlike the earlier A Tour of the White House (1962) hosted by former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy which didn't show it. See more »

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Fascinating look at the President's house
10 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Nice update to the old video. Gives a good overview of the history of the White House and what goes on in some of the rooms that aren't open to the public. I'm not usually interested in history films like this but the White House is the most famous house in the US so it's pretty fascinating to get an inside tour. Lots of old footage and pictures to show the evolution of the house over the decades from its completion in 1800 to the present. Also recommended is "Within These Walls: A Tour of the White House Gardens and Grounds" by the same producer which shows the different landscapings and what goes into keeping the grounds as beautiful as they are. Recommended to anyone who's interested in White House history.


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