The Rotunda and all galleries of the National Archives Building in Washington, DC, are open for viewing of the Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, and Bill of Rights; The Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, featuring Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote; The Public Vaults; and the David M. Rubenstein Gallery, featuring Records of Rights.
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The National Archives Museum is located at 701 Constitution Avenue, NW [between 7th & 9th Streets] Washington, DC 20408. There is limited, metered parking available on various streets around the National Archives Museum, but use of the Metro (Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter (Green/Yellow Lines) is strongly suggested.
Entry to the National Archives is free. However, a nonrefundable $1 advance reservation service fee applies to each timed entry reservation. There are NO REFUNDS on any ticket orders. When the Archives is unexpectedly closed due to special events, national security concerns, or for other reasons, it will NOT be able to refund any money. In the event of a cancellation, attempts will be made to inform you of the closure and re-book your tickets to another date, or you may choose to modify your reservation on your own before the scheduled time, provided tickets are available at the new date and time.