Meeting and Event Space
Looking for meeting or event space for conventions, meetings, and trade shows? Find out more about space available in architecturally-significant and historic federally-owned buildings in the Washington, D.C. area by visiting Federal Meeting Facilities.
For larger venues, please see the list below for information and relative point-of-contact information.
Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium
An event at one of the very finest classical buildings in America is sure to impress. Located on Constitution Avenue, between 12th and 14th Streets NW, the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium is within walking distance of the White House. Please note the building is currently undergoing a construction project, but will be available for events again later this year once construction is complete.
Due to the historic nature of the building, overall capacity of the entire building is limited to 1,000 guests, and the maximum capacity information for each space may vary due to room setup.
- The gilded auditorium with 65 foot ceilings can accommodate up to 1,000 guests.
- The Center Green room trimmed in gold can accommodate up to 225 guests.
- The East and West Green rooms can accommodate up to 50 and 72 guests, respectively.
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
A cross roads of government, business, commerce and community in the heart of the nation’s capital. Owned by the U.S. General Services Administration and managed by Trade Center Management Associates (TCMA), the building is the first and only federal property designed for public and private use. As the official World Trade Center, Washington, D.C., the building features a premier conference and event center, executive office space, attractions, exhibits, retail, dinning and community-focused programs and entertainment.
As a world-class event venue, the Reagan Building offers all of the essentials for an influential event:
- Prime locations on historic Pennsylvania Ave.
- Well-appointed spaces (625-seat amphitheater, two ballrooms, four signature spaces, and five meeting suites).
- An esteemed-chef and innovative catering.
- Impeccable service and a team of experienced professionals available to handle all of your event details.
- Ability to host events up to 3,000 guests.
The National Building Museum
The majestic National Building Museum is located at 401 F Street NW, between 4th and 5th Streets, across the street from the Judiciary Square Metro (Red Line). Learn how to have your event there.
Impressive Italian Renaissance design, a central fountain and eight colossal Corinthian columns have made the Great Hall a sought-after spot for gala events, including many Presidential Inaugural Balls, from 1885 to the present day.
Three adjoining courts make up the Great Hall and may be used individually or together, accommodating dinners and receptions for groups of 200 to 2,000.
The Museum occupies one of Washington’s most spectacular structures, designed in 1881 by civil engineer and U.S. Army General Montgomery C. Meigs and completed in 1887. Originally known as the Pension Bureau Building, it is widely recognized as a marvel of engineering.