Where do D.C.’s diplomats lay their heads? Get the details on some of city’s most beautiful residences during this 2-hour walking tour!
Once the homes of 19th-century nouveau-riche, these houses are now the elegant abodes of ambassadors from around the world. You’ll learn about the history of Embassy Row from a knowledgeable local guide as you walk, beginning in Dupont Circle.
You’ll walk approximately 1.5 miles, heading up Massachusetts Avenue (Embassy Row), before turning onto R Street at Sheridan Circle, and concluding at the Phillips Collection Museum (admission not included).
In addition to fascinating historical accounts, your guide will point out architectural examples and oddities, making this an all-around “constructive” experience for the D.C. newcomer!
What to expect
- Get to know the Dupont Circle, Embassy Row, and Sheridan Circle during a 2-hour tour
- Learn about the history of the massive mansions built along Massachusetts Avenue
- Find out what ambassadors live where, with help from a knowledgeable local guide
- Enjoy a small group size perfect for a personable and educational experience
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About this Activity
|Price||$20.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||2 hours|
All sales final; There are no refunds.