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United States Botanic Garden

4.4/561 Reviews
Botanical Garden
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: 100 Maryland Ave. at First St. SW, At the east end of the Mall, Washington DC, DC 20001
Official website: https://www.usbg.gov/
Phone: +1-202-2258333

Getting Around

You have to take subway Orange/Blue/Silver line and alight at the Federal Center SW. After that you can walk to your destination.
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Helpful Information

1.There are guided tours within the garden, and you can register on the spot to join them.2.Picking of the vegetation is not allowed within the garden.
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Special Events

United States Botanic Garden is located in Washington area, established by the U.S. Congress in 1820, and is one of the oldest botanic gardens in North America. There are close to 25,000 types of plants here of which it is known that it has the most types of Orchid flowers such as Cymbidium Orchid, Phalaenopsis Orchid, Cattleya Orchid and more, and each has its own individual display areas. Besides the Orchids, there are the ferns, the Cycas Revoluta, and even types of plants here that were present during the Jurassic age of 150 million years ago, and much more. Through this Garden, the objective is to inform visitors about the importance and fundamental value and diversity of plants, as well as their aesthetic, cultural, economic, therapeutic and ecological significance.
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