The Green Line is most notable for its access to College Park (Maryland University) and bus transportation to BWI Airport (B30). It is possible to take a one way bus from the Greenbelt Metro Stop to BWI. A MARC train is another alternative. The Green Line runs in Prince George’s County MD, as well as, NE and SE sections of DC. The Navy Yard Metro Station is the jump off point for the Nationals Ballpark. The Green line shares track throughout DC with the Yellow Line. Howard University is a destination on the Green line.

Tourism & Entertainment Stops on Green Line
If you are visiting DC for tourism and traveling on the Green Line the Archives Metro Station, and Chinatown / Gallery are your two primary stops for accessing Smithsonian Museums and Monuments. The Archives stop places you close to The National Mall. The Chinatown stop is in the heart of the city next to the Verizon Center, along with many restaurants and bars. In addition the American Portrait (Art) Musuem is located at the Chinatown Station in addition to the Spy Museum. U Street is a popular area with many restaurants and bars. The 930 Club can be reached from this stop.

Hotels on DC Metro Green Line

Downtown Washington DC Metro Stations

Smithsonian Museums, Tidal Basin, Cherry Blossom Festival, National Mall Metro Stations

Nationals Baseball Stadium Metro Stations

NE Maryland Suburbs, Maryland University Metro Stations

SE Maryland Suburbs Metro Stations

Research & Written by Jeff Howard