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McPherson Square Metro Station

Metro Station
Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington
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  • Kyung Mi K.
    "franklin square side at McPherson square metro"(3 Tips)
    Derek J.
    "Get off here to visit the White House."(2 Tips)
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  • CrunchyCarlos 🌴
    CrunchyCarlos 🌴February 17, 2012
    Although it is crowded during rush hour and when there is a big event going on downtown, taking the Washington Metro is usually cheaper and easier than finding a place to park in Washington, DC.
  • - B.
    - BossiJuly 30, 2011
    East exit at 14/I (Franklin Park) ; West exit at I / Vermont (McPherson Sq). East is toward the front of the train if you're headed to Virginia; West is front if you're headed to PG Co.
  • Yetunde O.
    Yetunde OgungbemiJanuary 22, 2014
    Towards 15th, Franklin Park go out the Vermont/White House side. For five guys, I street area go out the opposite exit.
  • Cindy F.
    Cindy FarkusAugust 21, 2012
    Watch out for scammer claiming to need money for a taxi fare! Have seen it going on a few times now.
  • Bob E.
    Bob EricksonJanuary 24, 2014
    Metro car doors are NOT like those in an elevator in one respect: they will slam shut on you and crush your body!
  • Kyung Mi K.
    Kyung Mi KimJuly 14, 2011
    If you trying to go to Park, Kstreet, and Lima get off the franklin square side at McPherson square metro
  • jennifer d.
    jennifer dApril 28, 2014
    if you're visiting, it's cheaper to buy the smartcard. otherwise you're charged a $1 add'l fare each way for using the paper ticket.
  • Bradley M.
    Bradley McKinneyOctober 12, 2011
    For the love of God, do not stand just inside the doors such that you block people getting on! Idiots!
  • Joshua T.
    Joshua T.March 27, 2012
    It's like an elevator people... let people off through both boors before trying to board. It's not that hard.
  • Brian G.
    Brian GluckmanJanuary 29, 2011
    Watch for muggers trying to rip iPhones and Kindles out of your hand. And if someone tries, FIGHT BACK.
  • Omar M.
    Omar MasriApril 25, 2010
    Please don't block the train doors. We all understand they don't work like elevator doors. Don't be a hero
  • Tatia J.
    Tatia JSeptember 11, 2013
    Station is literally right across the street from the Hilton Garden Inn (convenient if this hotel is your destination)
  • The Transit Navigator
    During normal operations, the doors open on the RIGHT at this station.
  • Ina S.
    Ina SumnerOctober 11, 2013
    Gentlemen quit taking up the entire seat and share.
  • Adam "Sammy" R.
    Adam "Sammy" RothNovember 6, 2010
    On the escalators, walk on the left and stand on the right.
  • Derek J.
    Derek JonesDecember 20, 2014
    Get off here to visit the White House.
  • Merlot L.
    Merlot LeonardMarch 16, 2011
    Nice and clean station
  • Ary D.
    Ary Dib DiasJanuary 26, 2013
    Blue & Orange lines.
  • Ivan R.
    Ivan RamiscalMarch 17, 2010
    Don't be an escalump!
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