Kennedy Center

The nation’s stage (and memorial to President John F. Kennedy) offers performances in the Opera House, Concert Hall, Eisenhower and Terrace theaters plus the Family Theater and Theater Lab. "Shear Madness," a popular and long-running whodunit comedy with audience playing detective is ongoing ($50). Millennium Stage hosts free shows daily at 6 p.m. KC Café and Roof Terrace Restaurant. Tours weekdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m., weekends 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Gift shops and roof terrace with sweeping city views.

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The Kennedy Center is the nation’s living memorial to President Kennedy, standing as a tribute to his strong belief in cultural achievement as an integral part of the human experience. The Kennedy Center presents more than 2,000 performances annually of theater, ballet, opera, music, and more in its 7 theaters, including free daily performances at 6 p.m. on the Millennium Stage. It is the home of the National Symphony Orchestra and Washington National Opera. Free guided tours are offered daily, featuring the Hall of Nations, the Hall of States, the Grand Foyer, the theaters, an interactive exhibit on President Kennedy, and the many international works of art given to the Center. The tour concludes with a breathtaking 360-degree view of the nation's capital from the building's roof terrace. Amenities include a café, full service restaurant, and two gift shops. The Center is accessible via free shuttle service from the Foggy Bottom-GWU-Kennedy Center Metro station or Metrobus 80. 

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2700 F St NW
Washington, DC 20566
United States
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