The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center is a landmark building located in the heart of Washington, DC near many of the city's most popular attractions. Built in the 1990s, the building features dramatic architectural features including a a cone-shaped, glass skylight in its 170-foot-diameter Atrium. It houses international trade related businesses, the permanent theater for the comedy troupe the Capitol Steps, a food court, Aria Italian Restaurant and facilities for conferences and weddings. Free outdoor concerts are held outside on the Woodrow Wilson Plaza during the summer.
1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
The closest Metro Station is Federal Triangle
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The underground parking garage can accommodate more than 2000 cars. Access is available via 13½ Street (off Pennsylvania Avenue) and via two entrances on 14th Street. Parking is available from 5:00 a.m until 2:00 am. There is no overnight parking available.
The Capitol Steps perform a live political musical satire at 7:30 p.m. every Friday and Saturday night. Read more about the Capitol Steps
Ronald Reagan Building Conference Facilities
This impressive building with its prestigious address, offers premium conference and exhibit space and a unique setting for weddings and special events. Facilities include two ballrooms, a 625-seat amphitheater equipped with state-of-the-art technology and 15 meeting rooms for smaller gatherings.
International Trade Center
The Ronald Reagan Building also serves as the headquarters for the International Trade Center, which serves as the official World Trade Center for Washington, DC, an organization that supports and provides guidance to international businesses.
Woodrow Wilson Plaza
Free outdoor concerts are held during the summer featuring a variety of performances from African dance to Celtic folk songs to jazz violin to hip-hop. See the concert schedule here