D.C. February 08, 2017
The 9 Best Places To Hide In Washington DC In The Event Of A Zombie Apocalypse
It’s always good to be prepared for anything in DC and, we really do mean absolutely anything. No one really knows if a zombie apocalypse could ever occur but it never hurts to be prepared, right? So if you happen to be watching a zombie movie or The Walking Dead anytime soon, keep these 9 places in the back of your mind.
1. DC Duck
We’re not quite certain if zombies can swim but a DC Duck seems like a good hiding spot since it can go on land and water. You can take those things down the streets or straight out into the Potomac.
2. Mansion on O Street
There are over 100 rooms and 70 secret doors inside this quirky museum so you can out smart the zombies by finding plenty of places to hide and escape in there.
3. Capitol Visitor Center
It’s possible the Capitol would be a hot spot for zombies but if it’s not, you could definitely hide out there. The building takes up over 500,000 square feet and there are three floors where you can hide. There’s also a subway system underneath the Capitol so you can get around quickly you needed to.
4. National Cathedral
The National Cathedral is at the top of a hill and its highest towers offer it a perfect place for watching out for zombies. Not to mention, it’s a labyrinth inside with plenty of hiding spaces.
The winding maze of the abandoned trolley station beneath Dupont Circle is could easily secure you from zombies.
6. Library of Congress
Not only is the Library of Congress huge but, much like the Capitol building, its buildings are connected by tunnel underneath. The tunnels connect the three buildings of the Library of Congress.
The National Arboretum is 446 acres of gardens, fields, wooded areas that are connected by roadways and trails. If you are crafty can build shelter, you could do very well in the National Arboretum during a zombie apocalypse.
8. Theodore Roosevelt Island
You could very easily secure Theodore Roosevelt Island from zombies, especially if they can’t swim. It’s close enough that you could still venture back to the city if you dared.
Kingman and Heritage Island
Bordered by the Anacostia River and connected to DC by a footbridge, these two remote islands make for ideal hiding from zombies.
Where would you hide during a zombie apocalypse?