William and Mary

Maps, Parking and Metro

Washington, DC is a dynamic and fascinating city to visit—but it can be a confusing place for first time or infrequent visitors. A little inside information goes a long way!

Planning a visit or event?

Our staff has put together recommendations on the best places in our Dupont Circle area neighborhood to hold meetings, find catering, stay the night, and enjoy a meal.


Suite 810 of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1779 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Driving Directions

The Washington Office is approximately 150 miles from campus. Please allow additional travel time for traffic, especially inside I-495, when traveling to the office. Download driving directions (pdf).

Transportation from Campus

As an alternative to driving your own personal vehicle, you may choose to rent a car, take the train or charter a bus to travel to the Washington Office. Download alternate forms of transportation (pdf).

Using Metro

The Washington Office is closest to the Dupont Circle station on the red line of the metro, then a short two block walk to the office. You may drive to one of three suggested metro stations in Virginia, park, and ride to the office.

Parking Near Dupont Circle
Building's List of Parking:

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

For Evening Parking:

The SEIU Building (Entrance on 18th Street) SEIU closes at 11 PM and costs $5.00 after 6 PM

For Street Parking:

Generally 2 hour parking until 6:30 PM, except on Massachusetts Ave

For Weekend Parking:

PMI Garage - Located on 1725 DeSales Street and cost varies by length of time