100 Cities Venues
Museum of the Bible
400 4th Street SW, Washington
DC 20024 (Daytime Sessions)
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016 (Closing Ceremony)
Metro Church Alexandria
1200 North Fayette Street, #A
Alexandria, VA 22314 (Sunday Service)
National 4-H Conference Center:
7100 Connecticut Avenue
Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815
1223 11th St Northwest
Washington DC 20001
Hyatt Place Washington DC National Mall:
400 East Street SW
Washington, DC 20024
Holiday Inn Washington Capitol:
550 C Street SW
Washington, DC 20024
Renaissance Washington D.C. Downtown:
999 Ninth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
1127 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036
1331 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20004
Airport Transfers and Getting Around
Shared Van. Super Shuttle is a shared van service to and from airports. You must reserve a spot in advance via their website. Average cost for a shared ride from IAD is $35 per person each way.
Uber or Lyft. If you have a smartphone and access to wifi/data you can download and use one of these apps, this is a good alternative to a taxi, but requires a credit card. They pick up at the “Rideshare” area at the airport. From IAD the fare to Washington will range $40-120. Search Uber or Lyft in the app store on your mobile phone. This is also a good way to get around Washington.
Airport Taxi. At the airport, make sure to only take a taxi from a taxi stand and an authorized vehicle. At IAD they are “Washington Flyer” taxis. Licensed taxis within the city of Washington, D.C. display the letter “H-TAG” decal in the vehicle, ex. “H1234ED”. Cash or credit cards accepted, but you must exchange currency for US Dollars before taking the taxi. From IAD the fare to Washington can run $70-150. Taxis within Washington base rates on zones. Tip is expected.
Washington DC Metro (Bus and Subway). From IAD, there are bus options that take you either into Washington or to the subway which will connect to Washington. The price varies depending on how far you travel. This is the slowest, but the least expensive option. The DC Metro is a good option once you are in Washington to navigate from your hotel to the conference.
Parking. Finding a place to park in Washington, DC is a challenge and street parking is limited. We recommend public transportation or taxi/Uber from your hotel. There are parking garages near the Museum of the Bible. You can find that info here.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, a light breakfast (pastries, coffee) and box lunch (sandwich, chips, drink) will be provided at the conference. All other meals, including dinner each night are on your own.
Things to Do
There are many fun activities available during your time in Washington. We invite you to visit the official Washington, DC tourism website here.
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