Places to Eat and Sleep
- Where to Eat A list of suggested dining optionsfor your stay in Washington, D.C.
- Where to Sleep A list of recommended, low-cost Washington, D.C. area hotels and hostels. If desired, the seminar staff can provide a list of meeting planners who can help identify lower prices for market-rate hotels. Contact us for more information.
There are three airports in the D.C. metro area, as well as an Amtrak and a bus station.
Once you are in D.C., the Metro (subway and buses) is a low-cost and convenient way to transport your group to and from the Methodist Building and other sites you will be visiting. Visit www.wmata.com for a system map, station information, and fare information.
National Airport (DCA)
Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI)
*Metro.MARC accessible on weekdays
Dulles International Airport (IAD)
Washington, D.C. (Greyhound/Peter Pan)
Union Station (Amtrak, MARC Local)