Spring

Spring: Cherry blossoms aren’t the only things blooming in DC.

Museum Week DC – May 23-29, 2016

The nation’s capital is full of lively, interactive and historic museums that cater to a multitude of interests, from entire collections dedicated to the First Amendment or the previously untold history of espionage to landmark estates with lush gardens and more than 50 other unique topics. From...

Museum Week DC – May 23-29, 2016
Guide to the National Cherry Blossom Festival

Nothing signifies the arrival of spring in the District quite like the blooming of the cherry blossoms, an event that has spawned a three-week festival celebrating the occasion. More than 1.5 million visitors descend upon Washington, DC each year to admire the 3,000-plus trees. The festival, full...

5 Things You Need to Know About the National Cherry Blossom Festival

The cherry blossoms are without a doubt the stars of springtime in Washington, DC. Visit the District during this time and you’ll find the nation’s capital is accented in pink for the three-week National Cherry Blossom Festival . Here are the five things you need to know before planning your trip...

Outdoor Activities in Washington, DC

Walk your way through DC and beyond With its ample sidewalks, abundant public parks and miles of panoramic trails, Washington, DC is an extremely exercise-friendly destination. In fact, a recent study by the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at George Washington University named the nation’...

National Cherry Blossom Festival Events

The National Cherry Blossom Festival , a three-week, citywide festival celebrates the 1912 gift of 3,000 cherry trees to Washington, DC by the mayor of Tokyo. The festival features a range of spectacular events, from its eponymous kite extravaganza on the National Mall to fun cultural experiences...

Cherry blossoms
3 Spring Days & Nights in DC

Spring is perhaps the most beautiful season of them all in the nation’s capital. With the blooming of the cherry blossom trees—and the accompanying National Cherry Blossom Festival that celebrates them—DC is awash in pink and is full of exciting activities. As the city thaws out from the winter...

Cherry Blossoms
12 Inspiring Parks & Gardens in Washington, DC

Pierre L’Enfant, DC’s first urban planner, designed “The Federal City” to be beatified by public gardens, and so it is today. You’ll find scenic landscaping around the National Mall and the federal buildings in Washington, DC, along with dozens of gardens and parks within the nation’s capital. Here...

U.S. Botanic Garden
Where to Eat & Drink at Nationals Park

There’s more to Nationals Park than cheering on the talented ballplayers and hoping to catch a fly ball. Compared to other parks, this one puts food high up on the priority list: easy-to-read digital menu boards illuminate thousands of crave-worthy items at each concession stand and there's even a...

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Guide to the Washington Nationals

This summer, get an exclusive discount on the hottest ticket in town! Check out nationals.com/vip and enter promo code " VISITDC " to get a special deal on Nationals tickets. History After a 33-year absence, Major League Baseball in Washington was revived with the arrival of the Nationals in 2005...

Washington Nationals Baseball Game at Sunset
20+ Things to Do This August in Washington, DC

Events Art in the Garden at Tudor Place – Aug. 3 Tudor Place provides scenic and peaceful recluse from the city, situated in the heart of Georgetown literally, but figuratively, many miles away. The Art in the Garden series lets aspiring artists ages 16 and over use Tudor Place’s historic gardens...

Trillectro 2016 - Merriweather Post Pavilion