Union Station, located less than a mile from the Newseum, is a major train station, transportation hub and leisure destination in Washington, D.C. visited by 32 million people each year. It is served by Amtrak, MARC and VRE commuter rail services, the Washington Metro and the following regional bus lines: BoltBus, Intercity Bus, Greyhound, Megabus and Peter Pan.
Three major airports serve Washington, DC.
The Newseum is located at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20001, USA. Need parking? Check out Parking Panda for real-time space availability and rates near the Newseum. There are two parking garages on the corner of C Street and Sixth Street.
If you are attending an event after 5 pm, please use the “Freedom Forum” entrance on Sixth Street. Sign in with the security officer, who will direct you accordingly.
The Metro is a quick, easy and efficient way to travel when you are in Washington, D.C., and the Newseum is close to several access points. Two are within walking distance of the museum:
There are several MetroBus routes with stops located within a quarter mile of the Newseum. To find the route closest to you, visit Metro’s website.
Capital Bikeshare puts more than 1,600 bicycles at your fingertips. You can choose any of the 175 stations across Washington, D.C., Arlington, VA, and Alexandria, VA, and return it to any station near your destination. Simply take a bike from one of the many stations, and return it to a docking station near the Newseum. The following are the closest docking stations to the Newseum:
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