Two Historic Houses for Your Next Event

Our Campus

The Meridian House and the White-Meyer House, headquarters of Meridian International Center, are both examples of residential jewels of renowned architect John Russell Pope, who designed the Jefferson Memorial, the National Gallery of Art (West Building) and the National Archives. The houses are adjacent to each other and surrounded by beautiful historic gardens, forming a city block of supreme historic and architectural interest. Each house provides a unique, unmatched venue for your next event, whether it be a corporate conference, a wedding, a special event, or a reception.

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Site Tours

  • Site tours are offered Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., subject to house schedule. An appointment is required to view the property.
  • The house and grounds are available for viewing Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. during public hours (no tours), subject to house schedule. Visitors are encouraged to call ahead for weekend schedule.
  • Meridian International Center is closed on Sundays and federal holidays

In light of current events, Meridian House has suspended public hours on Saturdays until further notice. Please contact the Events Department at 202-939-5894 or eventrentals@meridian.org for additional information about hosting a private event, or to arrange a venue tour at a later date. Thank you!

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To schedule a site tour during business hours, or to confirm additional weekend availability, please contact the Events Office at EventRentals@meridian.org | (202) 939-5894

Locations

Meridian House nestled quite close to the heart of Washington, DC, Meridian House is a spectacular retreat, surrounded by stone walls which shelter a grove of linden trees and manicured gardens.

Rental

Events Office at EventRentals@meridian.org