There are a number of spectacular Gardens in the Washington D.C. Region that allow visitors to explore lusciously landscaped gardens and impeccably decorated historic homes. These tours are special events that are held annually in the District, Maryland and Virginia.
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A must do if you are visiting Washington D.C. is a trip to the White House, and as a special treat, garden tours are held as a yearly spring event, usually in mid-April. Fall White House Garden Tour happen in October as well.
Visitors are invited to explore the incredible grounds of the White House. Tour-goers will have the chance to view the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden, the Rose Garden, the Children's Garden, the South Lawn, and more.
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Not just for garden lovers, but also history buffs, Virginia Garden Week provides a rare opportunity to step inside some of Virginia’s most prestigious private homes to tour their fabulous gardens. 2019's Virginia Garden Week runs from April 27 to May 4, 2019.
Each tour features four to seven sites and showcases a wide range of garden types including formal gardens, walled gardens, cottage gardens, cutting gardens, annual and perennial gardens, herb gardens, water gardens, and even secret gardens.
The Historic Alexandria House and Garden Tour is the closest option for Washington D.C. residents.
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Each spring, a different neighborhood in Takoma Park, Maryland celebrates the season by hosting a self-guided walking tour.
Get a glimpse of stately Victorian homes as well as opulent modern dwellings, and everything in between during the tour. Takoma Park is a beautiful suburban community that spans through the District of Columbia and Montgomery County in Maryland.
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Enjoy a self-guided tour featuring twelve gardens, including both private homes and public spaces, in Historic Frederick, Maryland. This is a great way to get inspired to beautify your own garden and enjoy a tour of some spectacular properties in the capital region. The 2019 event will take place on May 18 and May 19, 2019
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The self-guided tour features multiple gardens including a unique rain garden, as well as a sculpture garden in the neighborhoods of Shepherd Park, Colonial Village, and North Portal Estates.
The Shepherd Park Community Association uses the funds raised from the tours to beautify public green spaces throughout the community.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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