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Directions to the Washington, DC Office
MARC/Amtrak and Metro
Upon arrival at Washington Union Station,
- Follow signs for the Metro Red Line.
- Take the Red Line two stops (towards Shady Grove) to the Gallery Place/Chinatown stop.
- Exit by H Street
- Head east on H Street and walk approximately 1 block.
- Turn left onto 6th Street and walk approximately 1 1/2 blocks.
- Turn left onto Massachusetts Avenue and walk approximately 1/2 block.
- Enter the 600 Massachusetts building.
- Venable's ground floor reception will be on your right.
Metro Trip Planner
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