The Championship Parade will begin at 2 p.m., starting at 15th Street and Constitution Avenue NW, near the Washington Monument and will proceed east along
Constitution and end at Pennsylvania Avenue and Third Street NW.
Jumbotrons will be along the route and cars, scooters and bikes will be banned along the route.
Recommend skipping the parade route and head to 3rd and Penn where there will be a rally at 3:30 p.m.
The program will feature the players, coaching staff and the trophy. Students from D.C. schools will walk the route along with marching bands, Little League teams and members of the military.
Metro stations closest to the parade route are Federal Triangle, Archives and Judiciary Square, but expect them to be very crowded. Consider using Metro Center, Gallery Place or Union Station, all of which are less than a 10-minute walk from the parade route.
Parking will prohibited on the following roads from 6:30 p.m. Friday and until 7 p.m. Saturday:
Constitution Avenue NW between 15th and Third streets NW
Pennsylvania Avenue NW between 12th and Third streets NW
15th Street NW between Constitution Avenue NW and E Street NW
Pennsylvania Avenue NW between 14th and 15th streets NW
14th Street NW between Constitution Avenue NW and Independence Avenue SW
Seventh Street NW between Pennsylvania Avenue NW and Independence Avenue SW
Sixth Street NW between Pennsylvania Avenue NW and Constitution Avenue NW
Fourth Street NW between Constitution Avenue NW and Independence Avenue SW
Third Street NW between D Street NW and Independence Avenue SW
“We are proud of our team who went to Houston and finished the fight, winning their first-ever World Series and delivering another championship to our sports capital,” D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) said Friday morning in announcing Saturday’s events. “Now it is our turn to deliver a parade of the ages to celebrate our Nats.”