Two Historic Houses for Your Next Event


About Our Campus

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


100% of rental proceeds support the preservation and maintenance of Meridian’s historic buildings.

Site Tours

Site tours are offered Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., subject to the house schedule. An appointment is required to view the property.

Meridian International Center is closed on Sundays and federal holidays

Meridian has suspended public hours on Saturdays. Site tours are very limited for Saturdays; all visits to the property require an appointment and must be scheduled through the Events Department by sending an event inquiry or by contacting us below.


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

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