How far is Washington, D.C. from New York driving?

I’m a huge Mets fan. This year, I want to travel to see them play the Nationals in Washington, D.C. I’m a big planner, so I want to figure out how long it will take. How far is D.C. from New York City if I want to drive?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
The Mets like to be good every 10 years or so! Not to fight with you, but being a
New York
fan isn’t always glorious. But sometimes, you can get some joy by beating the Nationals. Washington D.C. is 225 miles or about three hours and 40 minutes if driving from New York City. That’s a pretty cruisy ride to see your Mets beat up on the recent World Champions!
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