Travel Guide to the Washington National Stadium

Baseball has been America’s pastime for over a century. With love for this game extending this long, it is easy to see why there are so many ticket sell outs for the Washington Nationals game every season. Although the Nats one of the MLB’s newer teams (it was formerly the Montreal Expos), Washingtonians love the team. Therefore it’s especially important that you prepare for the game by making your travel arrangements ahead of time. While people living nearby can make an easy booking even online, Washington Nationals game-day transportation service Washington DC can be a hassle for those people travelling across towns and even states to watch this beloved team.

This year, you don’t have to worry about getting to the stadium as most of the public transportation vehicles will be ferrying people to and from the stadium. If you are a stickler for comfort, try the Metro bus which can get you to the Nationals Park. People new to the area can use the Capitol Hill Circulator or Metro buses A42, 74 A46, A48, P6, V7, V8, and V9 as they are the only ones that serve National Parks.

The best thing about Metro Bus is that it had designated access points from which it can pick up customers wishing to travel to watch the Washington Game live. These buses are called Metro Access. You would need to go to the access point yourself to get the buss. This year, the Metro Access picks and drops off customers headed to the Washington Nationals game at the M St, SE and the corner of New Jersey Ave, SE. For inquires on more information, you can contact the Metro Access using the customer service number on the official Metro Bus website.

Your best bet to getting to the Stadium is through the Metro Bus as it will drop you off at a block from the main entrance at the Navy Yard. However All those wishing to get to the National Baseball Stadium using their own vehicles need to travel to Southeast Washington along the Anacostia River. It is located a short distance from the Washington Navy Yard. If you are using Google maps to locate the stadium, first click on the map icons. This will get you specific directions or more information from where you will currently be. To get current traffic conditions, simply click on the traffic button on the map. To view more map details, simply zoom in or out with the vertical slider bar to the left-hand side of the map. You can also re-center the map by clicking and dragging the map background.