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3501 New York Avenue NE
Take a self guided tour and explore acres of flowering cherry trees by car, foot or bicycle. Visitors can explore 76 varieties of cherry trees blossoming in the research and display collections.
Meadowlark Botanical Gardens
9750 Meadowlark Gardens Court
See more than 20 varieties of cherry blossoms at the 95-acre gardens which features walking trails, lakes, irises, peonies, an extensive shade garden, native wildflowers, gazebos, birds, and butterflies. There’s an indoor atrium, picnic areas and educational facilities.
900 Anacostia Drive SE, Washington, DC
Cherry trees bloom along the Anacostia River at the 1200 acre park that is one of Washington, DC’s largest recreation areas. Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens and Kenilworth Marsh offer beautiful nature walks and exhibits. There is an 18-hole course, a driving range, three marinas, and a public boat ramp.
Capitol Hill 5th and C Sts. NE
With four acres rimmed by cherry trees, this is one of the larger Capitol Hill Parks. Although the park is named for President Lincoln’s Secretary of War Edwin Stanton, the statue at the center of the park depicts revolutionary war hero General Nathanael Greene. The statue is surrounded by formal walkways, flower beds and a playground.
Foxhall and Reservoir Rds NW
The neighborhood near Georgetown has cherry blossom-lined streets that are known as the best-kept secret among locals.