801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001

http://www.dcconvention.com/Venues/ConventionCenter.aspx

The cornerstone of downtown DC’s renaissance, the Walter E. Washington Convention Center is as functional as it is artistically impressive. The 2.3-million-square-foot space hosts meetings, conventions and events of every kind, from medical industry annual meetings to comic book-inspired expos and board retreats and is equipped to handle events of all sizes, from small groups and break-out meetings to events for 500 to 42,000 attendees.One of the most energy-efficient buildings for its size, the Convention Center includes a range of mixed-use exhibit spaces, 198,000 square feet of flexible meeting space with a total of 77 break-out rooms and the largest ballroom in the region. Whatever the size of the event, the service of the Convention Center staff is unparalleled.

Award-Winning Digital Signage

The Walter E. Washington Convention Center is the largest digital signage network of its kind in any conference facility in the United States with over 200 digital signage displays located throughout the facility.

In the last two years, the convention center has significantly expanded its digital signage program adding 12 new LED video walls, a two-story curved video wall at the Concourse Rotunda, video walls above the exhibit halls and digital flags in front of the salons.

Intimately Spacious

You can mold all 703,000 square feet of exhibition space inside the convention center into whatever shape you need. Within its two levels and five exhibit halls is a 473,000 square-foot exhibit hall that can be subdivided

into three rooms, 198,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, a 52,000 square-foot ballroom and 77 breakout rooms. The space is versatile enough to accommodate events of all sizes.

Art & Design

Impressive. Striking. Modern. These are the words to describe the building, which has been recognized by the prestigious American Institute of Architects. The ultra-modern structure features a soaring staircase, towering glass walls and smooth granite floors. Its $4 million public art collection combines sculpture, paintings and photography. With more than 130 pieces by 93 different artists, it is the largest public collection of art in DC outside of a museum.

Exceptional Cuisine & Retail

There are plenty of great places to eat and drink near the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Guests seeking to taste the local flavor can drop by Compass Coffee, a homegrown coffee company with a convenient location in the convention center's grand lobby.

The exterior space surrounding the convention center also offers a wide range of retail and dining options, including Top Chef alum Spike Mendelsohn and cocktail connoisseur David Strauss' Morris American Bar, one of the city's most happy, brightly lit drinking establishments.

For locally sourced snacks and on-the-go items, guests should check out Union Kitchen Grocery , or they can grab a table at the Unconventional Diner , a high-end diner concept specializing in modern comfort food.

Convention-goers can get their CrossFit fix at the Urban Athletic Club , which includes 3,000 square feet of training space, one-on-one training sessions and open gym hours. Guests in need of haircuts have it made at Cuttin-Up Barber Shop , which accepts walk-ins.

Eco-Friendly Features

The convention center is a leader in environmental stewardship and sustainability initiatives, which include a color-coded recycling program, water efficiency, green product purchasing and more. The building boasts a long list of energy-reducing features, from low-emission glass to computerized HVAC systems. The center is Metro accessible (Green/Yellow lines) with a dedicated Mt. Vernon-7th St-Convention Center stop and immediately walkable to Shaw's booming restaurant scene and downtown's museums and nightlife, as well as the National Mall.

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Driving Directions to the Washington Convention Center

From Maryland (Northwest of DC):
  • Take I - 270 to I-495 West toward Northern Virginia
  • Take the George Washington Parkway exit towards Washington
  • Take 395 North
  • Take the 12th Street Exit
  • Proceed onto 12th Street
  • Turn right on Massachusetts Avenue
  • Massachusetts Avenue will become Mt. Vernon Place
  • The Washington Convention Center will be on your left
From Maryland (Northeast of DC):
  • Take I-95 South to the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (exit 22B) toward Washington
  • Take the Washington exit - US 50 West (on the right)
  • Stay on US - 50 West as it becomes New York Avenue
  • New York Avenue becomes Mt. Vernon Place
  • The Washington Convention Center will be on your right
From Virginia:
  • Take I - 495 to 395 North towards Washington
  • Take the 12th Street Exit
  • Proceed onto 12th Street
  • Turn right on Massachusetts Avenue
  • Massachusetts Avenue will become Mt. Vernon Place
  • The Washington Convention Center will be on your left
  • OR
  • Take Route 50/Constitution Avenue exit
  • Proceed onto Constitution Avenue
  • Turn left on 7th Street
  • Turn left on Mt. Vernon Place
  • The Washington Convention Center will be on your right
From Ronald Reagan National Airport
  • Take the George Washington Parkway north to I-395 towards Washington
  • Follow signs to the 14th Street Bridge
  • Proceed across the 14th Street Bridge
  • Turn right onto Independence Avenue
  • Turn left on 7th Street
  • Turn left on Mt. Vernon Place
  • The Washington Convention Center will be on your right
From Dulles International Airport
  • Take I-66 East to Washington
  • Take Route 50/Constitution Avenue exit
  • Proceed on Constitution Avenue
  • Turn right onto Independence Avenue
  • Turn left on 7th Street
  • Turn left on Mt. Vernon Place
  • The Washington Convention Center will be on your right

 

Public Parking Garages and Lots Near the Washington Convention Center

  • Center City Parking - 9th Street between New York Ave. and H Street NW Washington, D.C. (202) 265-0010.
  • Valet Parking Near DC Convention Follow this Link https://www.parkingpanda.com/washington-dc-convention-center-parking
  • Interarm - Renaissance Hotel, 999 Ninth Street NW Washington, D.C. (202) 898-9000.
  • PMI Parking - 915 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, D.C. (202) 785-9191.
  • Quick Park - Grand Hyatt, 1000 H Street NW Washington, D.C. (202) 582-1234.
  • http://www.parkamerica.net/Park America - 700 11th Street NW Washington, D.C. (202) 789-1750.
  • PMI Parking - 610 Mass. Ave. NW Washington, D.C. (202) 785-9191.
  • Marc Parc - 500 K Street NW Washington, D.C. (202) 464-2900.
  • Doggett - 701 8th Street NW Washington, D.C. (202) 393-2923.
  • Colonial Parking at Gallery Place - 701 6th Street NW Washington, D.C. (202) 393-2923.
  • Altmans Parking - 449 K Street NW Washington, D.C. (202) 337-1005.
  • System Parking - 700 8th Street NW Washington, D.C. (202) 331-0980.

Handicap Parking Near the Washington Convention Center

Curbside drop-off is available for wheelchairs at each corner of the Convention Center. Automatic doors are located at the Mount Vernon Place, L Street and Metro (7th and M Streets) entrances. There are twelve metered public parking spaces designated for the handicapped and requiring the display of a disability parking permit or license tag.

  • 7th Street between L and Mt Vernon Streets (3 spaces)
  • 9th Street between Mount Vernon Place and L Street (3 spaces)
  • 9th Street between L Street and M Street (3 spaces)
  • 9th Street between M Street and N Street (3 spaces)

Street Parking Near the Washington Convention Center

There is very limited street parking near the Washington Convention Center, but if you are lucky enough to find a space, be sure to read the signs and be aware of time limitations. Most on-street parking spaces are limited to two hours. Rates are $2 per hour in the busiest areas of the city. All meters in the city are enforced on Saturdays, as well as evening hours Monday through Friday. Most meters no longer require quarters. Pay by Phone is available through Park mobile and solar-powered single space meters take credit card payment.

 

Hyatt - Dulles

2300 Dulles Corner Blvd,
Herndon, VA-20171

ATA Provides Shuttle Service for Every 1HR on July 3rd, 2022 from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

Metro: - Alternate transportation: Metro Yellow Line to Mount Vernon Square. /Convention Center; fee: 1.7 USD (one way)

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)

ATA Provides Shuttle Service for Every 1HR on July 4th, 2022 from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, Please look for ATA Transport desk in Lower Level Baggage claim area in all terminals

Return transportation will be provided from hotel to Airport on July 7th, 2022 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)

ATA Provides Shuttle Service for Every 1 HR on July 4th, 2022 from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, Please look for ATA Transport desk near Baggage claim area.

Return transportation will be provided from hotel to Airport on July 7th, 2022 from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm

Ashburn/Herndon Shuttle Service to Convention Center

ATA Provides Shuttle Service for Every 1HR on July 5th, 2022 from 12:00 pm to 12:00 am

Ashburn Pick up and Drop off location

Loudoun Station

43751 Central Station Dr, VA 20147

Herndon Pickup and Drop off location

Herndon-Monroe Park and Ride

12530 Sunrise Valley Dr, Herndon VA 20221