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There are a variety of travel and lodging options whether you are coming alone or by the bus load. We are here to help.

If you require full service travel assistance, please email mpmtravelplans@gmail.com. Let us know what city you are coming from, what days you are attending and your approximate budget.

Travel By Air

  • Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA / Arlington, VA) – This is by far the closest and most convenient airport to fly into for the event. It is serviced by American, United, Virgin America, Delta, Alaska, Frontier, Southwest, jetBlue, and Sun Country airlines. It is also connected to the Blue and Yellow lines of the Washington Metro (subway) system, making travel around D.C. very convenient.
  • Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD / Dulles, VA) – This airport is about 26 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C. and is another possible option. There is a Silver Line Express bus that will get you to the Wiehle-Reston East metrorail station in about 15 minutes. From there, the subway will take you just about anywhere else you may want to go in D.C.
  • Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI / Baltimore, MD) – A third option for travel to D.C. This airport is 45 minutes North of Washington and may have less expensive flights than DCA or IAD, but ground transportation will be limited to car, taxi, or Uber.

Getting Around Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. has an extensive metrorail (subway) and bus system for getting around the city and the immediate area. There is a trip planner on their WMATA Website. There are also airport and hotel shuttles, taxis, and Uber for getting around. Rental cars are also available at all of the airports.

Lodging / Accomodations

Hotel rooms can be booked through all of the usual online booking services (Expedia, Orbitz, Travelocity, Priceline, etc. We also recommend checking AirBNB for some great lodging options.


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