529 14TH STREET, NW, WASHINGTON DC 20045 202 662 7500
From the Metro:
Take Metro Rail to Metro Center Station. Take the 13th Street exit, up the escalators to 13th Street. Turn Left on 13th Street and walk one block to F Street. Turn right and walk one block to 14th Street. Turn left and enter the National Press Building on the 14th Street side. Take the main elevators to the 13th floor
1-395 north: Follow signs to 14th Street Bridge and exit onto 14th Street. This will take you north on 14th Street, past the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the Washington Monument. When you cross Pennsylvania Avenue, the National Press Building is on the right, next door to the J.W. Marriott Hotel, at the corner of 14th and F Streets.
Cross Memorial Bridge to D.C., bear left at Lincoln Memorial. Take a right on Constitution Avenue. Take a left on 15th Street. Take a right on F Street. The National Press Building is next door to the J.W. Marriott Hotel, at the corner of 14th and F Streets.
Take I-66 East across the Roosevelt Bridge into D.C.; this becomes Constitution Avenue. Follow Constitution Avenue to 15th Street and turn left. Take a right on F Street. The National Press Building is next door to the J.W. Marriott Hotel, at the corner of 14th and F Streets.
Take the Baltimore-Washington Parkway south and exit at New York Avenue (Route 50). Follow New York Avenue all the way to 14th Street, N.W. and turn left. The National Press Building is at the corner of 14th and F Streets.
The PMI garage is located on the north side of G St between 13th and 14th Streets.
Carr Park is located at the corner of 15th and F Streets.
National Press Club Background
The National Press Club is a professional and social organization for journalists, public information officers and regular news sources. The NPC has been a Washington institution since 1908. The Club was formed by a group of 30 local journalists and has grown to almost 4,500 members around the world. Membership includes reporters; editors; publishers; news cartoonists and artists; news photographers; graphic artists; business, station, advertising, circulation, and promotion managers; systems operators, non-fiction authors, freelancers, public information officers employed by a government agency or private company; college professors of journalism or communications; regular news sources; book or play authors; book or film editors; book publishers; and graduate students studying journalism or communications. An ever-changing media industry has resulted in a multifaceted membership base. The Club continues to support print media as well as broadcast and internet mediums. The Club has created committees, awards and scholarships that reflect changes in the field of journalism.