2013 Inaugural Parade Route Map - Washington, DC
The 2013 inaugural parade route is shown by the blue line on the map below. The parade will begin at the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building and proceed along Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House. The best way to get to the inaugural parade will be by Metrorail. The closest stations are marked on the map below and will depend on where you choose to view the parade. Please note, due to security measures, the Archives, Mt. Vernon Square and Smithsonian Metro stations will be closed all day on Inauguration Day. Read more about Getting Around Washington, DC on Inauguration Day |
For more information on inaugural events, see Presidential Inauguration 2013.
Inaugural Parade Route Map User Tips
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Inaugural Parade Route Map
Parade Route Entry PointsThe following public entry points will open at 6:30 a.m. on January 21, 2013, and will remain open until the parade route can no longer accommodate additional people.
There are separate security entrances for the Inaugural Swearing-in Ceremony. See a map of the viewing areas and security access routes.
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