The 2018 Erg Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championship will be held in Alexandria, VA which is just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. Spend an extra day or two in the area to visit the national capital region.
T.C. Williams High School is easy to get to from all directions.
From I-395: Take King Street / Route 7 East (Exit 5). T.C.. Williams is on the right, past the lights at Braddock Road and Quaker Lane. Turn right at main entrance.
From I-95/I-495: Take Route 1 North / Patrick Street (Exit 177). Turn left on King Street (Route 7) and continue for about 2 miles. Turn left at main entrance.
400+ spaces in the T.C. Williams parking deck on the west side of the school.
200+ spaces on Chinquapin Circle on the east side of the school. Follow signs and DO NOT PARK in the lots designated for the Chinquapin Recreation Center.
Convenient overflow parking with free shuttle service is available Saturday only at First Baptist Church, 0.4 mile east of T.C. Williams on King Street. Follow the signs.
Bus and van parking is available behind the parking deck. Entrance next to Oakland Baptist Church. Buses may NOT park on Chinquapin Circle. Special bus and large van parking is available; email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Handicapped parking is available at the main entrance.
Alexandria is easily accessible via three major airports, including:
On the Potomac River within eyesight of Washington, DC, Alexandria is nationally recognized for its rich history and beautifully preserved 18th- and 19th-century architecture – an extraordinary backdrop for acclaimed, chef-driven restaurants; a thriving boutique scene; vibrant arts and culture; and a welcoming, walkable lifestyle. Alexandria is the relaxed and refined home base for your D.C. vacation and an unforgettable getaway of its own.
Monuments and memorials, eclectic neighborhoods, true local flavor – Washington, D.C. is a place unlike any other. It’s your home away from home with free museums and America’s front yard. Plan your trip to the nation’s capital by checking out all the things to do, places to eat and ways to stay.
Annapolis served as our nation’s first peacetime capital. Maryland’s four signers of the Declaration of Independence had homes here, which are a few minutes’ walk from each other and can still be visited and enjoyed today. A walk down our brick-lined streets puts you in touch with four centuries of history and architecture, including the Naval Academy which has been training officers for the U.S. Navy and the Marine Corps since 1845. There are more 18th-century brick homes in Annapolis than any other city in the nation, making a trip to Annapolis a true walk down memory lane.