825 The Kennedy Center - Opera House Tips
- Dressy 12
- Casual 3
- Formal 1
- Take public transit 9
- Parking is expensive 5
- Arrive early 3
- Food and drinks for purchase 9
- Dine before you go 5
The weather was Chilly A DC January day. I wore appropriate outfit for a daytime theater event. .
The weather was Cold. I wore Sweater Very chilly in first tier seats. Cold air blowing on us most of the show. .
Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures: Swan Lake
Take the Metro to Foggy Bottom. There is a good shuttle service from there to the Kennedy Center. And you will get another easy shuttle ride back to the Metro at Foggy Bottom. Great service and FREE!!
The weather was Cool. I wore Slacks and a tunic. No jeans please!.
If you're going to get an alcoholic drink at intermission either get a souvenir cup (to take it into the show with you) or use the pre-order feature, otherwise you may be chugging it to finish in time.
We went on a Wednesday. There was a farmers market at the Foggy Bottom metro. We got the paella and enjoyed it at a nearby bench since the weather was nice.
The weather was Hot. I wore A dress, but many were in capris due to it was a matinee. Bring a sweater as it’s cold inside!.
Very easy to take metro blue or silver line to foggy bottom station and hop on free shuttle (red bus) to Kennedy Center.
Circa was great food and very easy to take the Kennedy Center FREE shuttle to the front door of the venue.
The KC Cafe on the Terrace level is a great place for good food before the performance, though it get crowded an hour before curtain time. A little pricey, but good.
The weather was winter cold...don't bring coat inside, leave in car. I wore christmas sweater and slacks...