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.

201 Waterfront St.
National Harbor, MD. 20745

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.

We have cataloged a list of all available parking available for MAGFest 2017, which you can view here.

Unfortunately, Parking within National Harbor itself may become full during the weekend. There are nearby parking options at the Huntington Metro Station in Alexandria, VA and the Oxon Hill Park & Ride lot, both connecting to National Harbor via the NH2 Bus line.

By Rideshare

Lyft has provided discount codes for the weekend:

  • New User ($5 off 2 rides): MAGFESTDC18
  • Existing User (20% off 2 rides): MAGFESTDC20
  • Lyft representatives will be roaming the event handing out additional codes

By Rail

  • AMTRAK and Maryland's MARC train stop at Union Station, which is a Gaylord Shuttle stop.
  • Virginia's VRE train connects to the DC Metro system at Alexandria (King St.). Use the NH2 bus line from there.
  • The Southern Ave (Green line), King St. (Yellow Line) and Eisenhower Ave. (Yellow Line) stations are the closest metro stops to the venue.

Use the Metro Trip Planner to help you use the DC Bus and Rail lines.

By Bus

Use the Metro Trip Planner to help you use the DC Bus and Rail lines.

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.

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.