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Alexandria Courthouse

Alexandria Courthouse

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  • Courthouse address
  • Directions, map & parking
  • Important security information
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  • Courthouse Address

    Lewis F. Powell Jr. United States Courthouse - Richmond, VA Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse
    401 Courthouse Square
    Alexandria, VA 22314
    Courthouse is open:
    8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Monday through Friday

    Clerk's Office is open:
    8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Monday through Friday



    Directions, Map & Parking

    Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse
    401 Courthouse Square
    Alexandria, VA 22314


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    Driving Directions

    From points West:
    Capital Beltway (I-495) eastbound to Eisenhower Connector exit. Left at the bottom of the exit ramp. Right onto Eisenhower Avenue. Just past the Eisenhower Metro station and Mill Road, take a left on Elizabeth Lane. The courthouse will be on your left.

    From points East:
    Capital Beltway (I-495) westbound over Woodrow Wilson Bridge into Virginia to the Route 1 northbound exit. Left on Duke Street. Left onto Holland Lane. Go through the traffic circle, turning right onto Eisenhower Avenue. Right on Elizabeth Lane. The courthouse will be on your left.

    From points South:
    Route 1 northbound into Alexandria. Left on Duke Street. Left onto Holland Lane. Go through the traffic circle, turning right onto Eisenhower Avenue. Right on Elizabeth Lane. The courthouse will be on your left.

    From points North:
    Route 1 southbound, into Alexandria. Right on Duke Street. Left onto Holland Lane. Go through the traffic circle, turning right onto Eisenhower Avenue. Right on Elizabeth Lane. The courthouse will be on your left.


    Parking

    On-street parking in the immediate vicinity of the courthouse is virtually non-existent. Visitors are strongly encouraged to use public transportation. The closest daily public off-street parking locations are listed on this map.


    Public Transportation

    You can take the Metrorail Yellow Line to the Eisenhower Avenue Metro Station. Or you can take the Metrorail Blue Line or Yellow Line to the King Street Metro Station. Additional Metrorail information, as well as Metrobus route and schedule information, can be obtained from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, 202-637-7000 and www.wmata.com.

    Both lines of the Virginia Railway Express stop at the King Street Amtrak Station. From the station, turn right onto Callahan Drive, walking half a block to King Street. Turn right onto King Street, and follow the walking directions from the King Street Metro Station. Additional VRE information is available at 800-743-3873 or www.vre.org.

    Walking Directions to the Courthouse

    From the Eisenhower Metro Station: Turn right onto Eisenhower Avenue and walk two blocks. Turn left onto Elizabeth Lane and walk one block. The courthouse is on your left.

    From the King Street Metro Station: Turn right onto Diagonal Road. Walk one block, cross Duke Street and proceed between the two stone lions one block down Dulany Street. Turn right onto Jamieson Avenue and walk two blocks. The courthouse is on your left.

    From the Virginia Railway Express Station: Turn right onto Callahan Drive, walking half a block to King Street. Turn right onto King Street. Walk one block to Diagonal Road. Turn right, walk one block, cross Duke Street and proceed between the two stone lions one block down Dulany Street. Turn right onto Jamieson Avenue and walk two blocks. The courthouse is on your left.



    Important Security Information

    Visitors enter the courthouse through the building's main entrance on Courthouse Square. You will be required to walk though a magnetometer and your bags will be screened by an x-ray machine. You will be required to show a photo ID issued by a government agency, such as a driver's license.

    Members of the public are prohibited from bringing cell phones, pagers, PDAs, laptop computers, cameras, tape recorders, and all other personal electronic devices into the courthouse. On September 15, 2005, the U.S. Marshals Service ended its practice of storing cell phones and other electronic devices that visitors bring to the U.S. District Courthouse in Alexandria. You will be unable to enter the building if you bring these devices.

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