The tour takes place Saturday, May 1, 10 am – 4 pm and you can find more info here. From an email:
“Behind the doors of DC’s embassies await a wealth of cultural treasures most residents and visitors will never experience in one day–that is until Passport DC rolls around. For the third year Passport DC provides an authentic insider experience of the diplomatic community that allows DC to rightly claim a place as one of the world’s most international cities.
Visitors can enjoy the cultural diversity of the embassies of Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin and Brazil. From “A” (Australia) to Z (Zambia), each embassy will feature its own potpourri of culture from cuisine to artisan markets, traditional music to dance, and other activities for the whole family.
A SAMPLING after the jump.
· Mexican Embassy’s Cultural Institute (2829 16th St, NW) Visitors can enjoy the exhibit “Elizabeth Catlett in Mexico” as well as “Shouts from the Archive: Political Prints from the Taller de Gráfica Popular,” and musical programs featuring “Mosaic of Mexican Music” with Mari Paz.
· Embassy of Ukraine (3350 M St, NW) The Ukrainian embassy in DC is well known as a cultural haven, featuring a popular classical music concert series. Visitors will experience an interactive presentation and discover its people and exceptional hospitality.
· Embassy of Nepal (2730 34th Place, NW) Eight of the world’s 10 highest mountains, including Mount Everest, are in Nepal. Dancers wearing traditional dress will perform to traditional Nepali music to entertain visitors.”