Plan Your Visit
To get to the Callagy Box Office, start from the University’s main gates on 37th & O Streets. Head directly into campus between Healy and Coply halls to the right of the statue of John Carroll, there you will find the Davis Center. The Davis Center, with its season banners, is clearly visible from the main gates of the University.
The Davis Center is building #35 on the campus map.
Poulton Hall, Walsh Black Box, Gaston Hall, McNeir Auditorium, and Dahlgren Chapel are some of the other venues where performances take place.
Poulton Hall is located on the corner of 37th and P Streets.
Walsh Black Box is located on 36th street between N and Prospect Streets.
Gaston Hall is located on the 3rd floor in Healy Hall just off the circle at the University's main gates on 37th and O Streets.
McNeir Auditorium is located in the New North building. Start from the University’s main gates on 37th & O Streets. Head directly into campus between Healy and Copley Halls to the right of the statue of John Carroll. Follow the pathway past the Davis Center around to the left through the tunnel. Take the stairs down one flight immediately to your right as you exit the tunnel.
Dahlgren Chapel is located in the Dahlgren Quadrangle. Start from the University’s main gates on 37th & O Streets. Head directly into campus between Healy and Copley Halls to the right of the statue of John Carroll. Follow the pathway past the Davis Center around to the left through the tunnel. Take the pathway to your left as you exit the tunnel. The Chapel will be on your right.
Two hour street parking is available, both metered and unmetered, off the main gates of Georgetown University on 37th and O Streets until 9 p.m. After 9 p.m. there is no hourly limit.
Additional parking may be found on the Georgetown Campus in the parking garage located in the Southwest Quadrangle (cash only) off the entrance to campus on Canal Road.
Parking on campus is free on weekends. Please be sure to mention you are attending a performing arts event or show your ticket confirmation to the parking attendant. Parking is $5 after 7 p.m..
The campus is accessible using metro rail and metro bus services.
From the Red, Orange, and Blue Lines there are buses that can get you to campus from the Dupont Circle and Rosslyn stations.
From Dupont Circle the G2, D2, D6, and D3 buses run within blocks of the University's main gates, with the G2 bus delivering you directly to the main gates. The closest stop from D2, D6, and D3 buses is on 35th and Q Street which is about 4 blocks from the main gates.
From Rosslyn the 38B and 31 buses will get you across Key Bridge to 34th and M Street and Wisconsin Ave and Dumbarton Ave respectively. From either stop it is about 6 blocks to the main gates.
Use Metro's Trip Planner to plan your trip. Enter Georgetown University as your Travel To Location.
Free weekday shuttle service is available via the Georgetown University Transportation Shuttles or GUTS buses from both Rosslyn and Dupont Circle. GUTS services are limited on the weekends.
We are glad to offer patrons wheelchair-accessible seating in the Davis Performing Arts Center’s Gonda and Devine Theatres, Walsh Blackbox Theatre, Gaston Hall, Poulton Hall, McNeir Auditorium (access through the New North Building), and Dahlgren Chapel. We also offer the use of complimentary assistive hearing devices in the Davis Center’s Gonda and Devine Theatres on a first-come, first served basis. Only pre-designated productions offer an ASL performance in any given season. Please see our website for more details, and call the Callagy Box Office staff at 202-687-ARTS M-F (2787) between noon and 3 p.m. at least two business days in advance to reserve our available special services.
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