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50 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002

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"Amtrak train from NYC Penn Station to Washington DC Union Station:"  See More

"Tiffany covered everything beautifully - the only thing I'd add is that if you go to the National Air and Space Museum - which I would recommend, as it's one of the more unique DC museums - I'd walk from Union Station rather than take the Metro."  See More

"First, Union Station is a beautiful place in and of itself full of shops and restaurants, so you'd rather spend your time playing in DC than finding a restaurant, then you can easily grab quick food either before or after your 6 hour stop."  See More

"Union Station has a dedicated floor of their parking garage for bus lines, complete with a waiting room and bathrooms (that are nicer than the ones in the actual station, in my opinion)."  See More

"Union Station has a great farmers market."  See More

"From here, either walk to Union Station right next to the National Postal Museum or walk/metro to the Eastern Market which is a nice market (with great pancakes) and a fun area just to walk around and absorb a bit of the local ambiance."  See More

"During the week, easy: Take the MARC train (google MARC train BWI for schedule) from Union Station."  See More

"Union Station is basically at the "top" of the National Mall."  See More

"Take the metro directly from Union Station to Judiciary Square Metro Station and it's a quick five minute walk to the mall from there."  See More

"You can use the DC Metro line from Union Station."  See More

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"Totally depends on what you like to do. For museums, I second The Phillips Collection which is in the embassy row area near Dupont Circle. It's a cool area anyway with a lot of great eateries. I like BGR the Burger Joint, but there's lots to choose from. Go to Georgetown. You can see the Old Stone House which is the oldest building in DC (free and takes 5 minutes to tour), shop, eat, and do a chocolate tour. Walk to the Key Bridge and check out the Key Bridge Boathouse (>"  See More

"The easiest way is to take the Red Line (at Union Station) and switch to the Blue Line at Metro Center just one stop over."  See More

"Get on the metro at Union Station and ride it to a stop near the National Mall."  See More

"2 mile walk from Union Station to the National Air and Space Museum on the Washington Mall."  See More

"You'll see the Capitol Visitors Center from Union Station which sits at one extreme of the National Mall, so it's just a few blocks walk to that end and a nice walk though it."  See More

"Union Station is absolutely gorgeous to see and there are a lot of restaurants there as well with enough variety to make everyone happy."  See More

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