About the Oswald Durant Center
Formerly a USO center, the Center was named after Dr. Oswald Durant, one of the first African American doctors in Alexandria. For many years Dr. Durant could not practice at the local hospital because of segregation. Some patients of color in need of emergency care would show up at his home in the middle of the night to be treated for their injuries.
The Oswald Durant Center is located in the Upper King Street neighborhood of Old Town and provides community programming and meeting space on demand.
Contact the OSWALD DURANT CENTER
1605 Cameron St.
- Available for pre-scheduled private use on demand
- Closed on all City holidays
NEW! Programming options have been added at Oswald Durant Center beginning with the Fall season. Programs start soon, so register now!
Upcycle Creative Reuse Center
Upcycle has a satellite location at the Durant Arts Center. Visit Upcycle to learn more about their classes and camps.
- Fee Schedule
- Facility Features
- One grand multipurpose room with stage
- Four multiple purpose rooms