How do I get to Georgetown on the Metro?

How do I get from Georgetown to Washington DC?

To get to Georgetown University, get off the 5A at Rosslyn Metro stop. From Rosslyn, taxis and buses (GUTS, DC Circulator, or MetroBus 38B) will take you to Georgetown. Washington Flyer Coach (new window) is a coach bus to West Falls Church Metro Station (Orange Line).

Can you drive on Georgetown campus?

Georgetown University is committed to sustainability and encourages visitors to travel to campus via methods other than driving whenever possible. … For those who do drive to campus, the university provides a limited number of visitor parking spaces in the Southwest Garage, accessible from Canal Road.

Is Georgetown worth visiting?

If you are tired of or not really into visiting lots of memorials, then consider visiting Georgetown. Georgetown is a little charming historical and sophisticated village. Go by bus, take the circulator (yellow) it’s a very nice ride.

Is Georgetown on Metro?

While there is not a Metrorail station in Georgetown, the free university GUTS shuttles connect Georgetown University with the Dupont Circle metro station (Red Line) via the Dupont Circle route and the Rosslyn metro station (Blue, Orange, and Silver Lines) via the Rosslyn route.

What is Georgetown University famous for?

Georgetown is most known for its Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service where students are prepared to become empathetic and committed leaders in global affairs. The McCourt School of Public Policy is among the most popular schools and one of the top-ranked public policy schools in the country.

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How do I get a DC metro card?

SmartTrip cards can be ordered online or you may buy a card at the station. They cost $10/each, $2 for the card itself and they come preloaded with $8 of credit. SmartTrip cards can only be purchased from SmartTrip card vending machines like the one below, found at every Metro station.

Why is DC metro so expensive?

One reason that Metro charges riders so much to use the rail system is the funding situation in the region. With a lack of a dedicated funding source, WMATA has to go to the jurisdictions each year to ask for money.

Is Georgetown glow free?

A Mind-Glowing Experience

Set against the historic backdrop of DC’s oldest neighborhood, GLOW in Georgetown is the region’s only free curated outdoor public light art experience.