NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. (February 12, 2021) – MGM National Harbor is honoring Lunar New Year with an exquisite new conservatory celebrating The Year of the Ox, in addition to multiple activations throughout the resort.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. (October 29, 2020) – On November 6, MGM National Harbor will debut an original streetwear concept featuring hard-to-find clothing, rare collaborations, live music and local artistry with a cultural edge. Shyft: Sneakers + Apparel, MGM Resorts International’s first endeavor in streetwear, will give the DMV unique access to wearable works of art crafted by brands including Louis Vuitton x Supreme, Yeezy and Anti Social Social Club, amongst others.
NATIONAL HARBOR, MD, (July 16, 2018) – MGM National Harbor officially debuted a $48 million second-level casino space today due to overwhelming customer demand since its December 2016 opening. The 38,000-square-foot second level casino introduces an expanded poker room, off-track horse betting, approximately 285 slot machines, a new bar and a fast-casual dining venue.
NATIONAL HARBOR, MD., (April 17, 2017) – MGM National Harbor announced plans to add the independent Swiss watch manufacturer and chronograph specialist Breitling to its distinctive collection of luxury retailers. Located in the resort’s District, the new boutique is scheduled to open in August.
NATIONAL HARBOR, MD (March 28, 2017) – Just in time for opening day, MGM National Harbor announced a new partnership with the Washington Nationals to create the MGM National Harbor Dugout Club, an eight-seat premier luxury sports box, located on the field adjacent to the team dugout. America’s favorite pastime experienced like never before.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., (March 27, 2017)– Welcoming the arrival of a new season, The Conservatory at MGM National Harbor’s spring display celebrates the iconic and cherished cherry blossom trees synonymous with the Capital Region.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md.,(January 23, 2017) – Guests from near and far who visit MGM National Harbor this Lunar New Year will be greeted by a rich and warm floral masterpiece celebrating the Year of the Rooster. Imagined and designed by renowned event designer Ed Libby, the Lunar New Year display at MGM National Harbor’s Conservatory delights guests with its rich palette of gold, red and orange and a multitude of flowers, now through March.
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