Washington DC Metro Map
The Washington DC Metro network includes 91 stations over 6 lines, which are labelled with colours. It serves the most touristic and important places of Washington DC, including the Ronal Reagan Washington National Airport, the White House and The Pentagon. 150 millions riders use the Washington DC Metro on a yearly basis, which is quite similar to the Chicago Subway. Below, you can find the Washington DC Metro Map.
Washington DC Metro Lines
The Blue Line operates between stations Franconia–Springfield and Largo Town Center. It stops at 27 stations along 30 miles.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is served by the metro station that holds the same name. The Pentagon is accessible, not directly anymore though, from Pentagone station. The White House, offical residence of the President of the United States of America, is located at walking distance from McPherson Square metro station.
The Green Line runs from Branch Avenue to Greenbelt station.
Baltimore–Washington International Airport is accessible from Greenbelt station via an express Metrobus service. The National Mall, the most popular park of Washington DC, can be visited from L’Enfant Plaza station. Around 25 millions visitors walk in its gardens every year. Archives metro station serves Ford’s Theatre, the place where Abraham Lincoln was shot in 1865, and the National Museum of Natural History, the fourth most visited museum in the world after the Louvre, the National Museum of China and the National Air and Space Museum (also located in Washington DC).
The Orange Line operates from Vienna station to New Carrollton.
The Red Line runs between Shady Grove and Glenmont stations.
The Silver Line operates between Wiehle–Reston East and Largo Town Center stations.
The Yellow Line runs from Huntington station and Greenbelt.