A station of the D.C. Metro
Lines: Yellow, Green
Address: 7th Street NW and Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC
Location: Intersection of 7th Street NW and Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Opened: April 30, 1983
Huntington, weekdays: 11:58pm
Huntington, weekends: 1:51am
Mount Vernon Square / 7th Street-Convention Center, weekdays: 11:56pm
Mount Vernon Square / 7th Street-Convention Center, weekends: 1:56am
Greenbelt, weekdays: 12:15am
Greenbelt, weekends: 2:15am
Branch Avenue, weekdays: 11:56pm
Branch Avenue, weekends: 1:56am
Metrobus: 13A, 13G, 13B, 13F, 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 54, 70, 71, A11, A42, A46, A48, J11, J13, P1, P2, P6, P17, P19, V8, W13, X1
Named for its proximity to both the National Archives and the Navy Memorial, the station is also close to Ford's Theater and the National Gallery of Art. As part of WMATA's Arts in Transit program, this station features a green marble wall entitled "Ocean Piece" featuring poetry at each end of the wall.
From here you can...
go back to the Metro project,
jump to the yellow or green line,
go inbound to Gallery Place-Chinatown,
or outbound to L'Enfant Plaza.