Walter E Washington Convention Center, Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
Walter E. Washington Convention Center is Events DC’s 210,000 square meter-convention center in Washington DC. It was completed in 2003 in a super block bound by the 7th, 9th N streets and the Mount Vernon Square. It is easily accessible through Washington Metro’s Yellow and Green lines of the Mount Vernon Square station. The Convention Center was designed by the joint venture of the Atlanta-based architecture firm and the Washington DC-based architects. It is the venue for so many major events. This includes six of the nine inaugural balls of George W. Bush’s second inauguration in 2005. It also serves six of the ten official balls of Barack Obama’s Presidential Inauguration in 2009. The first Neighborhood Ball also happened here.
Exploring Walter E. Washington Convention Center’s elegance takes you to more fun things to do around the area. Enjoy walking around the Lake Fairfax Park with your family and friends and other tourists. Families with children can also enjoy exploring at the Discovery Creek Children's Museum. Extend your tour by travelling to Hilo, a nearby city with so many amazing things and fun stuff for tourists. Vising Walter E. Washington Convention Center is so easy through the Reagan Washington (DCA) Airport. This airport has a vehicle that takes passengers the Convention Center every 10 minutes. The Marriott Marquis Washington, DC is one of the top choices. The 4-star hotel a fitness center, concierge services and a convenient store. The Eldon Luxury Suites is the nearest hotel to the convention center.