Opened in 1949 as a trolley station, 75,000 sq.ft. of underground platforms and tunnels were closed off in 1962, when the city’s streetcar system shut down. Other than designation as fallout shelter in the late 1960s and hosting a short-lived food court on the west platform in the mid-1990s, the space has remained empty... Until now.
We're turning a truly unique urban space in D.C. — the forgotten trolley station below Dupont Circle — into a cultural destination.
Come join the D.C. young alumni for our happy hour tour of Dupont Underground!
Tickets are $22 for a tour + a drink ($16 for just the tour), so buy your tickets HERE!