The Corinthian Lounge
The Corinthian Lounge, located on the third floor of the National Building Museum’s breathtaking historic home in Washington, D.C., is available for use by Corinthian members and their guests. Both stylish and functional, the lounge serves as a private place for Corinthian members to engage in business, enjoy lunch, or simply rest while visiting the Museum. The lounge offers an ideal setting to host small meetings, make business calls, or entertain clients; it is equipped with a meeting table that accommodates six guests, two workstations for laptop computers, telephone, Internet access, and a small hospitality refrigerator.
The Corinthian Lounge (Room 320) is available for both scheduled and unscheduled use Monday through Friday from 10 am to 5 pm. Special arrangements may be made for weekend use.
For scheduled use, please contact the Development Department with the date, time, and duration of your meeting. The lounge will be scheduled on a first come, first served basis. Development staff will ensure that the lounge is open prior to your arrival. To order refreshments from the Museum's onsite cafe FireHook Bakery, call 202.628.0906.
For unscheduled use, check in at Museum Reception on the 4th floor and ask for a member of the Development staff to escort you and your guests to the lounge. Please be advised that unscheduled use is subject to availability.
For additional information or to reserve the Corinthian Lounge, please contact Jessie Cochran, Development Events Manager at 202.272.2448, ext. 3150.