A station of the D.C. Metro
Lines: Orange, Blue
Address: 400 12th Street NW, Washington, D.C.
Location: 12th Street NW between Constitution Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue
Opened: July 1, 1977
Vienna/Fairfax-GMU, weekdays: 12:03am
Vienna/Fairfax-GMU, weekends: 2:03am
New Carrollton, weekdays: 12:07am
New Carrollton, weekends: 2:07am
Franconia-Springfield, weekdays: 12:03am
Franconia-Springfield, weekends: 2:03am
Addison Road-Seat Pleasant, weekdays: 12:07am
Addison Road-Seat Pleasant, weekends: 2:07am
Metrobus: 11Y, 13A, 13B, 13F, 13G, 13M, 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 52, 53, 54, 66, 68, A11, J11, J13, N7, P1, P2, P6, S2, S4, X1
The station itself is located in the middle of a swarm of federal office buildings, and the only entrance is in the courtyard of the Environmental Protection Agency's building. Other nearby federal buildings include those of the Justice Department, IRS, and the Commerce Department, as well as the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. Local tourist attractions are the National Museum of American History, National Museum of Natural History, and the National Aquarium (within the Commerce Department building).
From here you can...
go back to the Metro project,
jump to the blue or orange line,
go inbound to Smithsonian,
or outbound to Metro Center.