40 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
Union Station Description
For more than 90 years Union Station has been the bustling centerpoint to some of DC's most popular monuments, food, and shopping. The iconic glass ceiling, with its tunnel-like arch, is a scenic draw all by itself. In fact it's the most visited site in the city, with more than 32 million people passing through every year. Take in an exhibit, shop for souvenirs, and stroll the marble floors still walked by presidents and dignitaries.
Just the Facts
Hours: Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. Noon-6 p.m.
Reviews of Union Station
By a_faithfulmom2 July 24, 2008 | Sons: Ages 16 & 9, Daughters: Ages 22, 19 & 14
What we loved:
the different places to dine
What we didn't love:
confusing to figure out where to get on buses
We dined each evening since our hotel was nearby the Liaison. My 5 kids really enjoyed the bottom floor that had tons of choices. My husband and I really enjoyed the greek gyros. My other kids had pizza, pasta, hamburgers and sushi. Read More