Department of State’s Diplomatic Reception Rooms Tour
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Department of State’s Diplomatic Reception Rooms Tour

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2201 C St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20520, United States

Three times a weekday, the U.S. State Department runs free tours of the tastefully decorated chambers used to welcome visiting foreign dignitaries. The prestigious rooms display a fine art collection comprising early American paintings, furniture, decorative arts and historical artifacts, such as a silver coffeepot made by Paul Revere and owned by John Adams. Advance reservations required.

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