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Union Station D.C. Is a superbly restored, historic, mixed-use, intermodal transportation and shopping center located just blocks from the U.S. Capitol Building. This historic hub of culture services more than 90,000 people a day as a major...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
50 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington DC, DC 20002-4214
All reviews transportation hub lots of shops amtrak train beautiful station main hall beautiful architecture postal museum shake shack tour buses the lower level capitol hill platform restoration escalator signage passengers mall
We arrived and left on the train. It's a great way to arrive in Washington DC. We were able to walk to our hotel. It's close to the Capitol. When you step outside, you feel like you've arrived.
There is a Metro Station/Connection here. There...More
I had time to spare on a cold winter day and had heard Union Station is worth visiting. The original main building is beautiful, and I enjoyed coffee at one of the restaurants while taking in the view. It’s also great for “people watching” and...More
The architecture is reason enough to visit this DC landmark; but there are also several upscale shopping venues and several restaurants also. The information booth was staffed by a genial and knowledgeable gentleman who could answer any question clearly while adding interesting history at the...More
Took the train from LA to DC (and back). Three days one way. A long trip. But the Union Station in DC was the best part of the trip. Easy to get to (in DC) with a Metro station under the station. Lots of places...More
Building serves as main train station. You can get to National Mall area by short walk in few minutes from the station. Also you can see a monument with bronze bell in front of the station, these are dedicated to Christopher Columbus.
I was dreading our visit to the Metro because I was sure it would be difficult. Take it from me -- you can use the Metro! The hardest part was buying the pass from the kiosk. Once you've done that, you simply go to the...More
I was in the station twice on the same day for a day trip to DC.
Although the main hall is absolutely beautiful, there is no where to sit. They have removed the seating because of the homeless issue. I felt harassed by begging as...More
Response from 532williamc | Reviewed this property |
I usually go from my exit gate straight through the building. Then I head to the right where the city busses cue. The Postal Museum is across the street. I tell them to pick me up at that door. hope it helps.