EXPLORE THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION!
We would like to welcome you to our nation's capital! Sprawling with American treasures, Washington, DC, is home to many celebrated symbols of patriotism, unique neighborhoods, free attractions and special events. For those who are interested in touring DC, our room block begins on Sunday and our room block rate will be honored for three days before and after the conference (based on room and rate availability) so bring the family and enjoy this beautiful and historic city and all it has to offer.
Whether you are interested in politics, the arts, shopping, sports or soaking in American history, DC has something for everyone. Bring your walking shoes for visits to the many monuments and museums. And no vacation to the nation’s capital is complete without a tour of the White House or the Capitol building.
From trendy Georgetown to energetic downtown, Washington, DC, offers more than just tourist attractions. Home to a lively urban center with a variety of dining options and plenty of shopping, visitors can find culture at the Kennedy Center or activity on the Potomac River.
View the Official Washington DC Visitor’s Guide Here!
Complimentary Sightseeing Shuttle
Traveling with family? The 340B Coalition will run complimentary shuttle busses on a loop daily to bring attendees and their families to the National Mall to enjoy the sights! The shuttle will operate between the Gaylord National Hotel and the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (pickup/drop off on Madison Dr NW). Shuttles will depart every 30-45 minutes on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Visit the conference registration desk for more details.
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Other Tours & Sightseeing Options
Washington, DC offers an array of options for seeing the city. Take a tour on a futuristic Segway, bike your way around the sites or simply sit back on a double-decker bus. For those with niche interests, DC offers tours for foodies, history buffs, ghost hunters ... even junior spies! For more information, please click HERE.
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