Top 15 road trips from Washington, DC

Washington, DC to Philadelphia
starting from Washington, DC
57 minutes → Baltimore
45 minutes → Aberdeen
45 minutes → Wilmington
39 minutes → Reading Terminal Market
5 minutes → Philadelphia



3 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Virginia
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Fredericksburg
48 minutes → Kings Dominion
33 minutes → Richmond
45 minutes → Winterham
31 minutes → Farmville
29 minutes → Virginia


4 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Virginia Beach
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Fredericksburg
48 minutes → Kings Dominion
1.5 hours → Williamsburg
53 minutes → Norfolk
20 minutes → Virginia Beach



4.5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to New York City
starting from Washington, DC
57 minutes → Baltimore
45 minutes → Aberdeen
45 minutes → Wilmington
37 minutes → Philadelphia
1 hour → New Brunswick
45 minutes → High Line Park
8 minutes → New York City

5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Pittsburgh
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Harpers Ferry
46 minutes → Hagerstown
46 minutes → Sideling Hill
1 hour → Stoystown
1.5 hours → Phipps Conservatory
7 minutes → Pittsburgh


5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to North Carolina
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Fredericksburg
1 hour → Richmond
44 minutes → Sutherland
53 minutes → South Hill
1 hour → Durham
30 minutes → North Carolina


5.5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Charlotte
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Fredericksburg
1 hour → Richmond
1.5 hours → South Hill
1 hour → Durham
53 minutes → Greensboro
1.5 hours → Charlotte


7 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Cleveland
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Hagerstown
55 minutes → Breezewood
55 minutes → Stoystown
1.5 hours → Pittsburgh
1 hour → Youngstown
55 minutes → Akron
42 minutes → Cleveland

7 hours of driving
Washington, DC to New York State
starting from Washington, DC
57 minutes → Baltimore
1 hour → York
1 hour → Lebanon
59 minutes → Shenandoah
51 minutes → Wilkes Barre
1.5 hours → Binghamton
1 hour → New York State

7.5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Columbus
starting from Washington, DC
2 hours → Sideling Hill
50 minutes → Frostburg
48 minutes → Fallingwater
48 minutes → Monongahela
57 minutes → Wheeling
1 hour → The Rock Café
1.5 hours → Columbus

8 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Myrtle Beach
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Fredericksburg
1 hour → Richmond
1 hour → Emporia
56 minutes → Rocky Mount
48 minutes → Smithfield
44 minutes → Fayetteville
1 hour → Whiteville
1 hour → Myrtle Beach
8 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Newport
starting from Washington, DC
57 minutes → Baltimore
1 hour → Wilmington
2 hours → New Brunswick
1.5 hours → Stamford
47 minutes → New Haven
1 hour → Mystic Seaport
59 minutes → Newport

8.5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Niagara Falls
starting from Washington, DC
2 hours → Sideling Hill
1.5 hours → Altoona
1.5 hours → DuBois
1.5 hours → Smethport
49 minutes → Sugartown Alpaca Farm
1 hour → Buffalo
31 minutes → Niagara Falls

8.5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Toronto
starting from Washington, DC
1 hour → Harpers Ferry
56 minutes → Sideling Hill
2 hours → Black Moshannon State Park
55 minutes → Treasure Lake
1.5 hours → Sugartown Alpaca Farm
1.5 hours → Niagara Falls
1.5 hours → Toronto

9.5 hours of driving
Washington, DC to Asheville
starting from Washington, DC
1.5 hours → Skyline Dr
1.5 hours → Blue Ridge Parkway - North Entrance
1.5 hours → Roanoke
50 minutes → Blacksburg
1.5 hours → Galax
2 hours → Bristol
1.5 hours → Asheville

10 hours of driving

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