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If you want to visit the Washington Monument and other attractions on the west end of the National Mall, exit at Smithsonian Station.
Get off here to visit the White House.
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.
Metro car doors are NOT like those in an elevator in one respect: they will slam shut on you and crush your body!
Towards 15th, Franklin Park go out the Vermont/White House side. For five guys, I street area go out the opposite exit.
Gentlemen quit taking up the entire seat and share.
Station is literally right across the street from the Hilton Garden Inn (convenient if this hotel is your destination)
Blue & Orange lines.
Watch out for scammer claiming to need money for a taxi fare! Have seen it going on a few times now.
During normal operations, the doors open on the RIGHT at this station.
It's like an elevator people... let people off through both boors before trying to board. It's not that hard.
Commuting two hours a day.
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.
For the love of God, do not stand just inside the doors such that you block people getting on! Idiots!
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.
If you trying to go to Park, Kstreet, and Lima get off the franklin square side at McPherson square metro
Nice and clean station
Watch for muggers trying to rip iPhones and Kindles out of your hand. And if someone tries, FIGHT BACK.
On the escalators, walk on the left and stand on the right.
I visited Washington, DC a few weeks back and I stayed in the Hilton Garden Inn accross the street! It is beautiful.
Please don't block the train doors. We all understand they don't work like elevator doors. Don't be a hero
Don't be an escalump!