Foggy Bottom Parking Guide
Book Parking Online to Save Time & Money
Foggy Bottom Washington DC, is a busy neighborhood with many shopping centers, colleges, universities and museums. The area has over 13,000 residents but the population swells frequently due to the amenities in the area and its close proximity to airports, the Smithsonian Museum and the White House. If you are looking to visit the Washington DC area and you need to book Foggy Bottom Parking, use Spothero now and save.
Foggy Bottom Parking Premises
Most monthly Washington DC parking spaces are located in parking lots and parking garages, but many short-term parking spaces are located near parking meters. Since there are so many museums and historical landmarks in the area, there are hundreds of secured parking spaces to choose from. Secured lot and garage spaces are manned by police officers and monitored by CCTV operators. However, the availability of these spaces vary depending on public holidays and local events.
Book Your Parking Space Quick and Easy
To avoid disappointment when arriving in Foggy Bottom, book your space in advance. SpotHero provides convenient and discounted parking options in and around Foggy Bottom. We strive to make life easier for the daily driver.
To book Foggy Bottom monthly parking, or even a daily space, search through our discounted space selection on the SpotHero website or app. Once you find the space you want, select it to begin the quick reservation process. The process takes a few moments and the confirmation will arrive in your email immediately after. Once you receive the email, print the confirmation and bring it along to the parking attendant. To receive the discounted rate, you must arrive with the confirmation, so it’s imperative that you book before pulling into a spot.
If you’re having issues finding a space and you’re already in Foggy Bottom, use our SpotHero Parking App to locate available spaces in the area. The app is free and the results are quick. Book your reservation through the app and get directions from where you are right into your space.