Embassies will open their doors to DC visitors and residents Saturday, May 4, 2019. Participants can travel the world as they experience the food, art, dance, fashion, and music of different countries. In the past, visitors have been treated to karate demonstrations, dance performances, sari wrapping lessons, and henna demonstrations.
The Embassy of Brazil is the first to commit to participating in Around the World Embassy Tour 2019. Watch this page to learn about embassies as they register.
Photos from the Around the World Embassy Tour
2018 Around the World Embassy Tour Participants:
*These embassies exhibited on the lobby level of the new Student Center at the University of the District of Columbia, located at 4200 Connecticut Avenue in northwest Washington, DC.
Oman-Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center
Trinidad & Tobago
Around the World Embassy Tour 2018
What You Need to Know
All embassies are open from 10am to 4pm, unless otherwise noted.
Admission is free. Reservations are not required.
Street parking is available but difficult at many embassy locations.
Many embassies are within walking distance of the Dupont Circle and Van Ness/UDC Metrorail stations. Click here for tips and recommendations.
Some embassies require photo ID for admission.
Embassies on International Drive are larger and often have shorter lines than those on Embassy Row.
Follow @DCCulture and #PassportDC on Twitter for updates about lines, exciting activities, and other breaking news.
Passport DC 2018 Sponsors
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