Fickle weather has once again changed D.C.’s cherry blossoms’ predicted dates of peak bloom, the National Park Service announced Tuesday.
A hidden gem associated with the National Cherry Blossom Festival is the availability of free tours given by National Park Service Rangers
As winter drags on across the Northeast and the Midwest, gorgeous flowers are starting to bloom at colorful festivals across the globe. From the National Cherry Blossom Festival, when the nation’s capital becomes awash with…
“To me, it’s a game changer, it brings public transportation to what is arguably one of D.C.’s most popular events,” one official said.
The peak dates have been announced: March 31 through April 3.
Cherry blossom season is one of the most anticipated times of the year in D.C., and now that it’s finally here, tweet us your pictures #WTOP.
Navigate your way through town with this map of the best attractions and events of the cherry blossom season.
Each spring cherry blossom trees bloom in Washington, D.C. and tons of events are held in celebration of this blossoming. Learn more about these events today!
The history of cherry blossoms in D.C. goes all the way back to 1912, with the first official festival being held in 1927. Get the full history from WTOP.
There are a number of ways to explore D.C. in the springtime — from bike to boat and everything in between.