Washington DC Cherry Blossom Tour
Nothing signifies the advent of spring in the nation's stock quite like the blooming of the blooming blossom trees and the three-week-long National Cherry Blossom Festival to celebrate the occasion. More than 1.5 million visitors descend upon Washington, DC each year to delight in the 3,000-plus trees. The festival, which spread from March 20 – April 13, 2019, is full of events that honor both American and Japanese cultures and represents a close bond forged between the two countries that exorcise with Tokyo Mayor Yukio Ozaki’s talent of the trees back in 1912.
The peak bloom date is defined as the Time when 70 percent of the trees surrounding the Tidal Basin have open their buds, appoint an unforgettable sea of pink and white. The National Park Service (NPS) is responsible for measuring the growth of the buds of the trees. Each year, the organization provides a prediction of when peak blossom will arrive.
The best viewing of the cherry blossom trees typically lasts four to seven days after peak bloom begins, but the blossoms can last for up to two weeks under ideal conditions. On average, point flower occurs on April 4, but that date varies year-to-year.
Book the Best DC Guided Cherry Blossom Tour in Town. imagine yourself-surrounded by blooming cherry trees with our precious National landmarks all around you? This is an invitation to explore Washington DC 105th national Cherry Blossom Festival along with touring in DC creating a memorable experience you will never forget.
Tour meeting point from a central location in Washington DC
Learn about United States history and the cherry blooms festival from the guide
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Departure & Return
701 15th street NW Washington DC 20015 (In Front of the white house gift Shop)
Pick Up time
Tour Start 9:00 Am
What To Expect ;
Start Your tour by a stop at the white house built by the Irish architecture James habon , finished a couple of years after President Gorge Washington died , , View the north lawan where the presidential family lives , after that walk through 17th street walk by the Red Cross head quarter and the daughters of the American revelations buildings , in the way you will stop by the house of the keeper once 12 kids use to live there with their parents . Stop by the WWII memorial built to honor soldiers who scarified their souls for the nation’s principals and identity.
Then walk through the Cherry blossoms trees and stop by the Memorial of the declaration of independent writer and the third president of the United states of America Thomas Jefferson.
After That continue walking through the Potomac Park until we stop by 2 beautiful memorials the memorial F.D.R memorial and M.l.K memorials.
The Tour will end by the visit to The Savior of the Union Memorial Abraham Lincoln.
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