DAR Constitution Hall
DAR Constitution Hall is Washington, D.C.’s largest concert hall. The hall opened in 1929, and was designed to house the annual Daughters of the American Revolution convention. DAR Constitution Hall was designated a National Historic Landmark Building in 1985.
DAR Constitution Hall access for persons with mobility disabilities is through the entrance doors on D Street. The ramp on D Street may be accessed by vehicles for dropping off patrons with mobility disabilities. The D Street ramp is at the lobby level. A slight ramp from the lobby level accesses orchestra-level seating. Please ask the Doorman, Ticket Taker or Event Staff member at the entrance for assistance if needed.
There are accessible restrooms in the D Street lobby and the Ladies Room in the Lower Lounge accessed by the elevator in the 18th and D Street corner of the lobby.
Policy prohibits pets in DAR Constitution Hall. However, service animals may accompany the owner and will be permitted under the seat or at the owner’s feet.
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Metro: DAR Constitution Hall is accessible via metro and a 10-15 minute walk from either the Farragut West (Orange, Silver, Blue lines) or Farragut North (Red Line) stations. For more information, click here.
Parking: There is no parking on the D Street Drive. Metered street parking is available but limited. Monday through Saturday, four-hour parking is enforced from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. for most meters.
Colonial Parking operates a parking garage at 1800 G St. NW, within a few blocks of DAR Constitution Hall. Colonial Parking is aware of the event schedule at DAR Constitution Hall and often operates these garages late to accommodate the Hall’s patrons. Please contact Colonial Parking at (202) 295-8200 to confirm hours of operation.