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We can't wait to welcome you!

Whether a family on vacation, a school group touring the nation's capital, or in town on business, we are your home away from home. Come tour Florida's embassy.

Our Visitors Say...
  • Awesome!

    How awesome is it that we have our own house in DC. Just like our great State of Florida our house has unique art, full of super friendly people, and orange juice! Very interesting tour, I definitely suggest visiting if you're in the area. just like our state they welcome visitors from everywhere! - Dawn Nicole

  • Thank you!

    for taking time to educate our students. - Yahima from Valrico

  • Perfect!

    The Florida House is not only a wonderful place for those visiting the district from the Sunshine State to pop in to share a glass of orange juice, but is an incredible event venue as well. The location can’t be more perfect for a traditional DC soirée. My husband and I hosted a small wedding ceremony followed with a reception for 8 in the garden, with the US Supreme Court as our backdrop. The day couldn’t have been more perfect, and the entire team at the Florida House went above and beyond to make our day very special. We will forever be friends of the Florida House. - Lauren

  • Florida Oasis!

    Any visit to the Supreme Court should be followed by a visit to the Florida House. Great hospitality and a Florida oasis in the heart of DC. - Carlos

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Florida House is currently open and ready to welcome visitors. Please note that we are subject to the guidelines set by the District of Columbia, although as of March 1, all guidelines have been lifted.

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