Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts Plan Your Visit

Operating Hours Seasons

The park is open to the public from 7 a.m. to dusk every day with the following exception: the park is closed to public visitation which is not performance related during park festivals and Filene Center performances to avoid conflict among visitor use activities. This public use limit also includes the two hours prior to and one hour following park festivals and Filene Center performances.

Getting There

Car

From the Capital Beltway Take exit 45 to Route 267 West Dulles Toll Road. Follow signs to local exits, pay 50 cent toll, and exit at the Wolf Trap ramp. It is clearly marked Wolf Trap Farm Park. The park will be on the right. There is no eastbound exit off the Toll Road.

From Route 66 West Bound: Follow signs to Route 267 local exits, pay a 50 cent toll, and get off at the second exit. It is clearly marked as Wolf Trap Farm Park. There is no eastbound exit off of the Toll Road to Wolf Trap.

From Route 7 West Bound: Turn left on Towlston Road, drive one mile and the park will be on the left.

From Route 66 East Bound: Exit on to the Capital Beltway (exit 64B) going North towards Tyson's Corner. Take exit 12 off of the Beltway to Route 267 West Dulles Toll Road. Follow signs to local exits, pay 50 cent toll, and exit at the Wolf Trap ramp. The park will be on the right. There is no eastbound exit off the Toll Road.

From Fairfax or Burke, Virginia: Take 123 to Vienna. Make a left onto Beulah Road. Take Beulah straight onto Trap Road. At second stop sign, take a left, continuing on Trap Road, crossing over the Dulles Toll Road. The park will be on your right.

Public Transportation

The Wolf Trap Metro Shuttle Bus Express provides service to all Filene Center shows (except the International Children's Festival).

The Wolf Trap Metro Shuttle Bus Express leaves the West Falls Church Metrorail Station every 20 minutes starting two hours before each performance. The last Shuttle leaves the station at showtime. Round trip fare is $5.00 per person (exact change required). The Shuttle Bus is wheelchair accessible. The Shuttle departs Wolf Trap 20 minutes after the performance ends, or 11:00 p.m. whichever comes first.

For more information on Metro's hours of operation, the Wolf Trap Shuttle Bus, or Metro's One-Day Pass, please call (202) 637-7000 (TDD: (202) 638-3780).

Getting Around

Before evening performances, cart rides from designated areas in the parking lots to the main gate are made possible by dedicated volunteers. For safety reasons, these cart rides are not available after the show.

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