House Of Sweden - Back to startpage

Embassy of Sweden

Welcome to the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, D.C. The Embassy of Sweden in Washington, D.C., one of the largest Swedish missions in the world, represents Sweden and the Swedish Government in the U.S. It is the official link between the Swedish and the American governments. In addition to the Ambassador's office and the office of the Deputy Chief of Mission, the Embassy consists of: Consular and Administrative Affairs, Political Affairs, Trade and Economic Affairs, Cultural and Public Affairs, Economic and Financial Affairs, Science and Technology office, Defense Office and Office of Defense Industry Cooperation. In conjunction with the chancerys' move to House of Sweden in August 2006, the Embassy launched an ambitious public diplomacy program. Since then, the Embassy has promoted Sweden in the areas of politics, culture, trade and research through seminars, workshops, exhibitions, music and art to over 200,000 visitors in House of Sweden. For more information on the Embassy and program events or exhibitions hosted by the Embassy in House of Sweden, please visit our website at www.swedenabroad.com/washington  

The Embassy also hosts exhibitions, seminars, concerts etc in House of Sweden's Event Center that are open to the public. To subscribe to our newsletter click here 

  • Embassy Interiors

    House of Sweden's interiors reflects the Scandinavian philosophy of openness, simplicity and modernity. Here are a few examples from the Embassy's offices.
    Interiors
  • Exhibitions

    To receive information about events hosted by the Embassy of Sweden in House of Sweden you can subscribe to a mailing list. Information about upcoming events are sent via e-mail on a regular basis. Follow the link to subscribe:
    Exhibitions at House of Sweden
  • Facts about House of Sweden

    House of Sweden consists of the Embassy of Sweden, the Embassy of Iceland, 19 corporate apartments (ranging from 800 to 2960 square feet, 68-242 kvm, in size), an Event Center and an exhibition hall.
    Facts about House of Sweden