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Constitution Hall

Q: Why doesn't DAR Constitution Hall have its schedule in the weekend section of The Washington Post?
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DAR Constitution Hall does not produce any of the events presented in the Hall. All events are arranged by independent producers or sponsors who are responsible for all the details of the presentation. The producer is solely responsible for ticket sales, advertising, hiring and paying all necessary staff, contracting vendors, and paying the acts. You can locate the event schedule in the Constitution Hall section. For more information about Constitution Hall click here.

Q: Why can't I buy tickets for every event at DAR Constitution Hall at the box office?
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The DAR Constitution Hall box office is only open on the day of an event, for only that event, and is operated by the producer of the event, not the Constitution Hall staff. For more information about Constitution Hall click here.

Q: Does Constitution Hall have on-site parking?
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There is adequate metered parking on the streets surrounding the Hall at night and on weekends but there is no parking for Hall events on the DAR grounds. The nearest Metro station is Farragut North, which is 6 blocks north of the Hall or Farragut West. The Colonial Parking Garage near Constitution Hall stays open for public events at the Hall. For more information about Constitution Hall click here.

Q: Is there food available at Constitution Hall?
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There is light fare available in the lobby of Constitution Hall during most shows. You can find a list of nearby restaurants on the Visitor Services page of the Constitution Hall section. Also, there is full bar service available in the lobby as well as in the lounge on the lower level. For more information about Constitution Hall click here.

Q: Is Constitution Hall a government building?
A:

No, DAR Constitution Hall is part of a three-building complex owned and operated by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The Hall was originally built in 1929 to house the DAR annual convention and now serves as a privately-owned performance venue. For more information about Constitution Hall click here.