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Smithsonian Metro Station

Metro Station
Southwest Washington, Washington
  • David K.
    "local custom and stand to the right on the escalators."(3 Tips)
    Emily R.
    "Not the place to refill your farecards or smartrips on the weekend."(2 Tips)
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  • Nikki S.
    Nikki SAugust 12, 2013
    Smelled like garbage and port-a-potties. Lovely.
  • Bonnie H.
    Bonnie HayesJune 27, 2013
    Don't try to force doors open.
  • Melissa
    MelissaJune 3, 2013
    Been here 100+ times
    Escalators: stand on the right, walk on the left. Keeps everyone happy
  • Melissa
    MelissaJanuary 22, 2013
    Been here 100+ times
    Walk on the left, stand on the right!! Please!!
  • Heather M.
    Heather MittensJanuary 20, 2013
    Just go ahead and put plenty of money on your SmarTrip card. Took many people don't know how to use the machines and it takes awhile to get to it.
  • Marc Kevin H.
    Marc Kevin HallJune 7, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    The station entrance by the Castle is closed in the evenings, so you'll need to walk a couple of blocks to the other entrance.
  • Chris S.
    Chris StephensMay 25, 2012
    Play it safe on the Metro at all times.
  • The Transit Navigator
    During normal operations, the doors open on the RIGHT at this station.
  • Tom J.
    Tom JApril 8, 2012
    Stand on the right walk on the left
  • kristen g.
    kristen guernierFebruary 29, 2012
    Ya cant eat here
  • Neko F.
    Neko FerroJanuary 14, 2012
    This line has more white people than an LL Bean store
  • Emily R.
    Emily RaderJune 19, 2011
    Not the place to refill your farecards or smartrips on the weekend. The lines are long and consist of clueless tourists.
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  • Evan G.
    Evan GassmanMarch 13, 2011
    Welcome to Washington, tourists! Enjoy your time here, and please, stand to the right, walk on the left, and if the escalator is broken (like it was today), just walk. :)
  • Sean M.
    Sean MetzgarSeptember 28, 2010
    Wear deodorant, I visited the area and had the unpleasant experience of sitting next to someone that chose to bathe in their own sweat before boarding the train.
  • mtnbke
    mtnbkeAugust 31, 2010
    I taught the kids to stand on right, walk on left!
  • David K.
    David KlevanJuly 29, 2010
    If you are visiting from out of town, please respect local custom and stand to the right on the escalators.
  • trevor r.
    trevor rMay 17, 2010
    Sandra sucks... Jk!
  • Danny M.
    Danny MApril 9, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    If you choose to stand on an escalator, it is courteous to stand on the right so others may walk on the left.
  • Lauren :.
    Lauren :DDecember 11, 2009
    just get the all day any line pass. makes life WAY easier. for vacation that is... locals, just use your card of course =]
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