People tend to check in during these times:
Good place to park if you have access...
Pay $0 parking in here before Washington Nationals baseball games if you have a DoD CAC, dependent, or retiree ID. Just don't park in the 24-hour reserved spots!
On the base!!!
Your father cried on the telephone, and he drove his car to the Navy yard just to prove that he was sorry. -- Sufjan Stevens
You don't have to leave your phone with the guards. Only certain buildings do that for security purposes.
Don't bring in a camera phone- you'll have to leave it with the guards
I love this area. To visit only though. Too much moving for me..
This is a beautiful place. Whether on a date or just a place to sit and talk. Lovely!
This brick and stone streetcar barn was constructed in 1891. The car barn is a reminder of Navy Yard's importance as a place of employment, etc. Built using the design of architect Walter C. Root.
The East Extension was crucial to the naval weapons development and testing mission during WWI and WWII. It includes 18 contributing buildings dating from 1918-1944.
Don't fret about it not looking like not a lot goes on! This is where you come to see the "Nats" (Nationals) play...lots more to come!
The nation's first naval yard and first home port was begun in 1799, becoming the center for early-19th century naval operations during a critical period of expanding nationalism.