Where We Go

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Six distinct routes throughout Washington, DC
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Explore Washington with the DC Circulator as your guide! Our six routes serve several of the District’s unique neighborhoods for shopping, dining, enterprise and more. Take your tour of the nation’s capital using our simple route structure and low-fare trips. Check below for the places you can go and the things you can do when you hop aboard our shiny red bus! Keep scrolling to find the hours of operation for each route.

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Adams Morgan

Nightlife, Dining & Entertainment.

DC Circulator Woodley Park - McpPherson Square via Adams Morgan route circle

Photo Credit: Ted Eytan via flickr

The Big Chair in Anacostia

Anacostia

Dining, Arts & Culture.

DC Circulator Potomac Ave - Skyland via Barracks Row Route Symboll

Photo Credit: Ted Eytan via flickr

U.S. Capitol Building in Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill

Dining, Shopping, Business & Culture.

DC Circulator Union Station - Navy Yard Route Circle

Photo Credit: C Stanley; Courtesy Capitol Hill BID

Capitol Riverfront Kids play in fountain

Capitol Riverfront

Business, Sports & Entertainment.

DC Circulator Union Station - Navy Yard Route Circle
Gallery Place, Washington. DC 10/18/2011-Stitched multi-exposure panorama.

Downtown, DC

Shopping, Sports & Entertainment.

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Dupont Circle Fountain

Dupont Circle

Dining, Shopping, Business & Entertainment.

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Photo Credit: Mike Maguire via flickr.

Georgetown Crosswalk on M Street NW

Georgetown

Shopping, Dining & Culture.

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Photo Credit: Sam Kittner; Courtesy Georgetown BID

Golden Triangle Wifi in Farragut Park

Golden Triangle

Shopping, Dining, Recreation & Culture.

DC Circulator Georgetown-Union Station Route Symbol
National Mall route WWII Veterans Memorial

The National Mall

Arts, Culture & Recreation.

DC Circulator Union Station - Navy Yard Route CircleDC Circulator National Mall route symbol.
Union Station Washington DC Credit Sam Kittner

NOMA/Union Station

Business, Entertainment & Travel.

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Photo Credit: Sam Kittner via NOMA BID

Rosslyn Virginia

Rosslyn

Business, Dining & Recreation.

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Dupont Circle-Georgetown-Rosslyn

Monday – Thursday: 6am-Midnight

Friday: 6am-3am

Saturday: 7am-3am

Sunday: 7am-Midnight

Georgetown-Union Station

Monday – Thursday: 6am-Midnight
Friday: 6am-3am
Saturday: 7am-3am
Sunday: 7am-Midnight

Union Station-Navy Yard Metro

Winter Hours Effective October 2
Weekdays Only: 6am-7pm
*Extended weekday and weekend special service on Nationals game days

Woodley Park-Adams Morgan-McPherson Square Metro

Monday–Thursday: 6am-Midnight
Friday: 6am-3:30am
Saturday: 7am-3:30am
Sunday: 7am-Midnight

Potomac Ave Metro – Skyland via Barracks Row

Winter Hours Effective October 2
Weekdays Only: 6am-7pm
No weekend service

National Mall

Winter Hours Effective October 2
Weekdays: 7am-7pm
Saturday-Sunday: 9am-7pm
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