United States Institute of Peace

Congress established the U.S. Institute of Peace in 1984 following years of proposals for the creation of a national “peace academy,” notably from a nationwide grassroots movement and from World War II combat veterans elected to legislative office.

George P. Shultz Great Hall

  • 3,883 Sq. Footage Reception capacity 

  • 500 Seated capacity

  • 300 Direct view of the Lincoln Memorial

  • Adjacent outdoor plaza

Richard H. and Anne G.K. Solomon Terrace

  • 2,175 Sq. Footage

  • Reception Capacity 200

  • Seated Capacity 125

  • Direct view of the Lincoln Memorial

Farooq Kathwari Amphitheatre

  • 1,117 Sq. Footage

  • Case-study amphitheater

  • Seated capacity 48

  • Leather desktop pad

  • Desktop push-to-talk microphones

Frank Carlucci Auditorium

  • 1,191 Sq. Footage

  • Fixed Theater-style auditorium

  • Seating capacity up to 230

  • Private green room

J. Robinson West Boardroom

  • 1,491 Sq. Footage

  • Seated capacity 20

  • Direct views of the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument

Jacqueline and Marc Leland

  • 2,790 Sq. Footage

  • Reception Capacity 200

  • Seated Capacity 125

  • Direct view of the Lincoln Memorial

International Women's Commons

  • 3,515 Sq. Footage

  • Reception capacity 200

  • Seated capacity 125

  • High-speed wireless and wired internet

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