On the Road with Unique Venues in Washington, D.C.

Historic & Cultural Venues, Planner Tips

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UV’s highlight reel of unique event spaces takes you to Washington, D.C.

Get ready to explore the nation’s capital with host Jill Pheffer and learn about four popular unique spaces that you can book for your next event!

Our road tour in D.C. starts at The National Archives Museum – the home to the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution. Events like galas, charity events, and formal affairs are the perfect gatherings to take place in the Museum, but lectures and board meetings can also be hosted here, too.

The next stop takes us to the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center. This premier event space is ideally located on Pennsylvania Avenue between the Capital and the White House and is perfect for hosting special events and conferences. This world-class venue has dramatic architecture, tons of natural light, and soaring ceilings – just see for yourself!

Our third stop on our D.C. tour is The National Press Club, a recognizable ballroom that has hosted hundreds of celebrities, world leaders, and dignitaries. With 100 years of media history, this historic space has evolved from a private, social club for journalists into a popular meeting and event space. Host events big or small at this historic site!

Next, a unique 4-story atrium, The National Housing Center, hosts a variety of corporate events – from intimate gatherings to large events, this spacious venue is perfectly located in the heart of D.C. Situated near historic sites and a plethora of options for overnight accommodations, planning an event at The National Housing Center is simple and impressive.

The last stop on our D.C. adventure is the intimate and historic site, President Lincoln’s Cottage. Lush gardens offer a perfect backdrop for soirees and corporate events. President Lincoln himself used this cottage, now turned event venue, to host meetings and entertain guests during the Civil War. Most notably, President Lincoln drafted the nation-changing Emancipation Proclamation at this spot.

With historic sites and venues fit for king, D.C. offers unique spaces for small and large gatherings.

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