Eight embassies and diplomatic residences will open their doors to the public this Sunday during the Kalorama House and Embassy Tour. In its 24th year, the tour provides the opportunity to see the architecture and learn the history of each residence on the tour. Interesting stops include the residence of the ambassador of Monaco (pictured at right), whose house was once the home of President Warren G. Harding, and the Italian country villa style residence of the Zambia’s first female Ambassador.
The tour is from noon to 5 PM on Sunday, September 21 and begins at the Woodrow Wilson House
, 2340 S Street, NW. Tickets are $30, $25 in advance