Cherry Blossoms Are The Stars of Springtime in Washington DC!
Each year, Washington, D.C. hosts the National Cherry Blossom Festival, which commemorates the anniversary of a 1912 gift from the mayor of Japan, who sent thousands of Japanese cherry trees to the American capital. In March, these trees begin to bloom, creating a vibrant display of bright pink and white flowers along the banks of the Potomac River and throughout the city. This year, the festival will take place from March 17 to April 15 while peak blossom time is expected to be April 8 through April 12.
Like the more than 15 million people that visit Washington D.C. each year, you may find yourself in a bit of a quandary: with a tightly-packed itinerary, you may only have an hour or two to spend at the Smithsonian. It’s understandable: with only a few days in the city, and a nation’s capital that is stuffed to the gills with things to see, it’s hard to justify spending an entire day in a museum (especially in weather like this.) What to do?
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