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2022 NCDVD Convention—Places to visit in Washington, D.C.

The easiest way to travel from Baltimore to Washington is on either AMTRAK trains or MARC trains. You can catch a train on AMTRAK or the MARC “Penn Line” from Baltimore’s Penn Station, 1500 N. Charles Street, Baltimore. To get from the Hilton Inner Harbor (401 W. Pratt Street) to Penn Station, you can use Uber, taxi, or take the #51 bus (check with hotel for directions to bus stop).

For train schedules

AMTRAK https://www.amtrak.com/home.html
MARC https://www.mta.maryland.gov/schedule/marc-penn
From Penn Station in Baltimore, travel by train to Union Station in Washington. Once you are at Union Station you can access the Metrorail subway—the easiest way to get around Washington. Visit https://wmata.com/service/index.cfm for information about buying Metrorail tickets and navigating the different rail lines (Red, Blue, Orange, Silver). Union Station is on the Red line.

Below you will find a list of places to visit and the closest Metrorail stop and line color for each destination.