487 The Kennedy Center - Concert Hall Tips
- Casual 4
- Festive 2
- Dressy 1
- Parking is expensive 5
- Take public transit 2
- Arrive early 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 2
The weather was October evening Cool. I wore sweater & light coat. it is still air-conditioned in the Hall of Nations theatre Oct. 17., For those who get cold feet; bring a pair of soxes to slip on..
The weather was indoor event. I wore jacket and tie.
OVERPRICED due to the amazing view. $23 for one glass of Chardonnay.
If you park at the KC, it is very convenient if you park on Level C. You can put that in your WAZE directions and it will take you the easiest way.
Avoid parking at Kennedy Center, it was $23 for 2 hours. Come early and park on the street
We ate at the roof terrace restaurant for the first time. It was a pleasant experience. However I must add that the art deco feel of the restaurant did not provide the elegant dining experience I would have expected.
You can prepay to reserve a parking space in their garage ahead of time through their website. Totally worth it!
The weather was In door event.. I wore what I was most comfortable in. I advise you do the same. People come to see the performance not you. .
The weather was a bit cool. I wore clothes from work - symphony is pretty casual - wouldn't wear flip flops and tank top but button down and Khakis without a tie was just fine.
Take metro to Foggy Bottom and take advantage of excellent shuttle directly from metro to Kennedy Center departing every 15 minutes.
took the metro, blue line from Springfield to Foggy Bottom, shuttle bus right there at the exit of the Metro took us to Kennedy Center, return trip home went just as smoothl. No question that this was the best way to go. Would do it again.
Bring binoculars if you are seated in the rear of the orchestra.
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I love the shuttle, but when the Metro fails - it is very inconvenient. Red line was closed when going to, so we had to cab it.