D.A.R. Constitution Hall

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Directions to D.A.R. Constitution Hall

From the North:
Take I-95 or I-295 South. Take 495/Capital Beltway West. Take exit 30/Georgia Ave/29 South. Veer right on 16th St South. Make a right on I Street. Turn left on 17th St. Make a right on D St. 


From the South:
Take I-395 North to Washington Blvd/Memorial Bridge/Pentagon/Arlingon Cementary. Stay in the left lane. Cross the Memorial Bridge. Bear left at Lincoln Memorial. Follow Bacon Ave. Continue on Constitution Ave. Make a left on 18th St. Turn right on D St.


From Western Maryland:
Take 270 South. Take 495/Capital Beltway West. Exit at the George Washington Parkway. Continue on Constitution Ave. Make a left on 18th St. Turn right on D St.


From Northern Virginia:
Take 66 East. Continue on Constitution Ave. Make a left on 18th St. Turn right on D St.

Parking near D.A.R. Constitution Hall

Unfortunately, there's no parking available on-site. However, there's some metered parking throughout the area, as well as private garages all around.

Transportation to D.A.R. Constitution Hall

From the Orange/Blue Lines:
Ride to the Farragut West stop. Walk south on 17th or 18th Streets. Arrive at D St.


From the Red Line:
Ride to the Farragut North stop. Walk south on 17th Street (towards Constitution Ave). Make a right on D St.

D.A.R. Constitution Hall

As the nation's capitol, there are tons of historic places to see in and around Washington, D.C. A city with deep political as well as historical roots, D.C. is a top destination all year round. When it comes to musical history in the city, one of the most renowned places for live music is the D.A.R. Constitution Hall. Named after the Daughters of the American Revolution, D.A.R. Constitution is a celebrated venue that sells concert tickets like crazy.

D.A.R. Constitution Hall Seating Chart

D.A.R. Constitution Hall is a Washington, D.C. must-see. As part of the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and a U.S. National Historic Landmark, the venue has been in use since 1929, when it first opened to the public. A revolving door of events has taken place at D.A.R. Constitution Hall since the late '20s, and theater tickets are just some of the top sellers at this music hall.

D.A.R. Constitution Hall Seat Map

D.A.R. Constitution Hall tickets are on sale now, meaning that concertgoers will be clamoring to get their hands on all the hottest tickets of the year at this D.C. hotspot. The music hall is the previous home of the National Symphony Orchestra, and today it continues to host some big-name concerts and events.

D.A.R. Constitution Hall Map

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