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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts at DC
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
2700 F St. NW , Washington DC , 20566 202-467-4600
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catch a first-rate performance at the Kennedy Center 

Our conveniently located hotel in central DC is less than a mile from The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Throughout the year, you'll have your choice of an abundance of live events, including concerts, plays, ballet, contemporary dance, and jazz shows featuring some of the world's top entertainers. Families will also be able to attend shows designed specifically for young children. Get an inside look at this venerable venue by taking a free guided tour.
 

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 While ticket costs vary by program, The Kennedy Center offers free performances at 6:00 p.m. every day.
 

Hours -

 Vary by program.
 

Events

  • Kennedy Center Honors
  • Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
  • Opera Ball
 
 

Activities

  • Theatre Lab
  • KC Jazz Club
  • Hall of Nations
  • Tours
  • Dining
  • Shopping
 

FAQs

  • Is it better to drive or take public transportation?  

    You can drive to the Kennedy Center where there is onsite parking but public transportation will be easier and less expensive. Simply hop on the Metro to the Foggy Bottom/George Washington University station. From there, you'll have a short walk or you can take the free shuttle that leaves every 15 minutes.
  • Can I eat at the Kennedy Center?

    You'll have your choice of both fine and casual dining courtesy of two onsite eateries. Enjoy an array of international dishes for dinner and Sunday brunch at the Roof Terrace Restaurant while everything from salad and sandwiches for lunch to fish and pasta for dinner are on the menu at the KC Café. 
 

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