FINDING OUR STUDIO
Note: Before visiting our studio, please contact us to make an appointment.
Location: The Page Conservation, Inc. studio is located at 1300 7th Street NW, Washington, DC. It occupies the lower two floors of a tan brick and limestone building that was built as a neighborhood bank in the early 20th century. The building stands on the northwest corner of the intersection of 7th and N Streets, NW, just north of the new Washington, DC convention center. It is also just a few blocks north of Chinatown, the MCI Center, the National Gallery of Art, the National Museum of American Art, and the Portrait Gallery. Click here for a "zoomable" map of the area, courtesy of MapQuest.
Parking: There are no public parking lots near the studio, but street parking is generally available in the area.
MetroRail: The studio is conveniently located one block north of the Mount Vernon Square subway stop. Mt. Vernon Square is the northern terminus of the Yellow Line and is also a stop on the Green Line. Travelers on the Red Line can transfer to the Yellow and Green Lines at Gallery Place, while those on the Blue and Orange lines can transfer at L'Enfant Plaza. A detailed Metrorail map is available at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's Web site.