Directions – Parking – Transit
Use your GPS to 4841 Bethesda Ave to get you to the Bethesda Row neighborhood, which is located one block west of Wisconsin Avenue (within easy walking distance of the Bethesda Metro station) on the block framed by Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda Avenue and Elm Street -east of Arlington Road. The streets closed during the festival are: Bethesda Ave south of the garage entrance (GARAGE IS OPEN) to Woodmont. Elm Street is closed from the garage (access open) located near Arlington Road to just west of Woodmont Ave. Woodmont is closed from Hampton Lane to Bethesda Ave. ALL GARAGES ARE OPEN
Indoor and outdoor parking is conveniently located around the festival site. Montgomery County Garages are free on weekends; on-street metered spaces require payment on Saturday, but are free on Sunday. Paid parking is available nearby in several garages. View the this map highlighting parking and Festival location.
Driving Directions to the Festival
Address: 4841 Bethesda Ave, Bethesda MD, 20814
From Maryland: Wisconsin Avenue (Route 355) south to Old Georgetown Road, turn right. Turn left onto Arlington Road, Left on Bethesda Ave – a public parking garage is on the left. Please note that Elm Street is closed at 355.
From Washington: Wisconsin Avenue North, about 1.5 miles from the Maryland/DC line to Old Georgetown Road, turn left. Turn Left onto Arlington Road, left at Bethesda Ave. Arts Festival is one block ahead.
From Virginia: Beltway (Interstate 495) to Wisconsin Avenue (Route 355) south. Go 2.4 miles, then turn right onto Old Georgetown Road, then Left onto Arlington Road, left onto Bethesda Ave. Arts Festival is one block ahead.
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Bethesda Row Arts Festival
14803 Southlawn Lane, Ste. L-N, Rockville, MD 20850
Sponsors/Vendors: Please inquire using the festival contact information listed above.
Volunteers: If you are interested in volunteering at the 2016 Festival please E-mail: info at bethesdarowarts.org, and put volunteer opportunities in the subject line.