Gaylord National

MAGFest takes place at the Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. National Habor is located mere minutes from Washington DC and northern Virginia, so there are many easy ways to get to the venue.


Would you just look at this ridiculous building!

By Car

The Gaylord Hotel is located right next to the Washington DC Beltway. Driving directions can be found on the Gaylord website.
Parking is plentiful around the venue, and info about local lots can be found on the National Harbor website. The hotel will have a special MAGFest rate of $18 a day, and surrounding lots will have comparable prices.

Pre-Purchase Parking:

For those driving to MAGFest, we have teamed up with Parking Panda to let you view real-time availability and pricing near the Gaylord National and book parking ahead of time. Simply follow the link below to reserve your spot. Place your printed confirmation email on your dashboard or have your email available on your electronic device to access the National Harbor Plateau. The $30 for 3-day pass is only available for the first 600 pre purchase parking passes.



By Metro

The Branch Avenue station (southmost stop on the green line) is the closest metro stop to the venue.
Use the Metro Trip Planner to help you use the DC Bus and Rail lines.
Use the (NH1) National Harbor bus line to get from the Branch Ave station to the hotel.
The Gaylord offers a shuttle service from Union Station and Old Post Office in Washington, DC.

By Air

Reagan National airport (DCA) is the closest airport, but the Gaylord is also accessible from Dulles (IAD) and Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) airports. The Gaylord provides a shuttle service to/from Reagan airport.
You can use the Metro Trip Planner to travel from all three airports to the Gaylord.

By Motherfucking Boat

If you have a motherfucking boat, you're welcome to dock it right next to the hotel.

Find more information about reserving a space for your motherfucking boat at the National Harbor Marina information page.