Venue Details

51 Star Starred
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
201 Waterfront Street National Harbor, MD 20745
301-965-2000
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Eat at the Hotel and you will get a parking pass which was helpful since it costs 6.00 an hour to park, we ate because we were hungry and found this out after we left and we were offered a parking pass for 3 hours
International Gem & Jewelry Show dining Nov 25 2013 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
While there are no food vendors within the show, the hotel has several restaurants.
International Gem & Jewelry Show info Apr 13 2013 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

131 ratings
3.9 average rating
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6 events
2 reviews
5 stars
attended Oct 30 2010

I've attended the jewelry show many times in Baltimore and in Dulles. But this one was horrible the venue was to small so alot of the venders obviously could not attend. There was not alot of quality gold there. If you wear fake jewelry or if...continued

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6 events
4 reviews
2 stars
attended Oct 30 2010

There were a couple of booths that seemed to have some nice jewelry but the vast majority was junk that you could find on any street corner booth in NYC. Others, such as the booth that sold Movado watches, I questioned if they were really...continued

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5 events
1 review
5 stars
attended Oct 30 2009

This was a great event at a fantastic location with so much to see and buy and we also met really nice people.

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Website

http://www.intergem.com/shows

About the Ticket Supplier: International Gem & Jewelry Show

In 1967, Herbert A. Duke, Sr., founded the first commercial gem and jewelry show to sell directly to the public. From these humble beginnings, the International Gem & Jewelry Shows were created. With nearly 100 shows yearly in more than 35 major U.S. cities, they now produce the largest exhibition of gems, minerals and jewelry in the world. More than half a million people pass through this world famous bazaar each year.