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Spring Into Washington D.C.
05 Apr 2017

Spring Into Washington D.C.

There’s no better place to be this Spring than Washington D.C. home of Miss USA 2016 Deshauna Barber.  Between the city’s history and beautiful scenery, you will want to make sure to include these attractions when planning your trip.

Cherry Blossom Festival

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No one get’s more excited for spring than the people of Washington D.C. Spring in the nation’s capital means blooming cherry blossom trees and the annual Cherry Blossom Festival. The Festival includes the Opening Ceremony, Blossom Kite Festival, Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival and, of course, the Cherry Blossom Parade. Visit http://www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org/ for details about this year’s celebration.

Tidal Basin Paddle Boats

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Spend an afternoon on the water with family and friends in a paddleboat or swanboat. The paddle boating season opens March 15th, which gives plenty of time to float all summer long. Visit http://boatingindc.com/boathouses/tidal-basin/ for more information.

Monuments By Moonlight

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Just because the sun goes down, doesn’t mean you can’t tour the city! Washington D.C. shows off its monuments day and night with spotlights on many historic monuments. Schedule a trolly tour at https://www.trolleytours.com/washington-dc/night-tours to tour the city under the stars at ease.

Hunt for Easter Eggs on the White House Lawn

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Be sure to join in on The White House Easter Egg Roll on Easter Monday. The White House South Lawn offers an Easter Egg Hunt, live music, cooking classes and more. Visit https://whitehouse.gov1.info/easter-egg-roll/ for tickets and more information.