A Day at Nationals Park1 min read

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A Day at Nationals Park1 min read

The Metro is the easiest way to get to Nationals stadium. For students who
live on the Red Line, it is quickest to transfer to the Green Line at Gallery Place and ride it until you arrive at Navy Yard ballpark. I would not recommend parking because it can be on the pricey side and after a crowded game, there is a lot of traffic which makes it hard to leave the stadium.

The Metro is the easiest way to get to Nationals stadium. For students who live on the Red Line, it is quickest to transfer to the Green Line at Gallery Place and ride it until you arrive at Navy Yard ballpark. I would not recommend parking because it can be on the pricey side and after a crowded game, there is a lot of traffic which makes it hard to leave the stadium.

Photo by Sophia Miller

The Metro is the easiest way to get to Nationals stadium. For students who live on the Red Line, it is quickest to transfer to the Green Line at Gallery Place and ride it until you arrive at Navy Yard ballpark. I would not recommend parking because it can be on the pricey side and after a crowded game, there is a lot of traffic which makes it hard to leave the stadium.

Photo by Sophia Miller

Photo by Sophia Miller

The Metro is the easiest way to get to Nationals stadium. For students who live on the Red Line, it is quickest to transfer to the Green Line at Gallery Place and ride it until you arrive at Navy Yard ballpark. I would not recommend parking because it can be on the pricey side and after a crowded game, there is a lot of traffic which makes it hard to leave the stadium.

Kate Sosland, Editor-In-Chief

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