National Cherry Blossom Festival



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Free Things to Do, Best Attractions & Activities: In 1912, Toyoko Mayor Yukio Ozaki gifted Washington, D.C. with 3,000 cherry trees. To commemorate his generosity, the Cherry Blossom Festival was born. Tourists from all over the world come to the...  Read More
Romantic Things to Do, Outdoor Activities, Sightseeing: In 1912, Tokyo Mayor Yukio Ozaki gifted Washington, D.C. with 3,000 cherry trees. To commemorate his generosity, the Cherry Blossom Festival was born. Tourists from all over the world come to the...  Read More


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  • Best for Free Things to Do Because: People from around the world make their way to the nation's capital just for this event.
  • Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: What better way to welcome the end of winter and the beginning of spring than to have beautiful flowers framing the Nation's Capital.
  • Best for Romantic Things to Do Because: Spring brings out the romantic side in everyone so take a walk by the beautiful Tidal Basin to see the district bathed in pink.
  • Best for Outdoor Activities Because: Rid yourself of the winter blues and cabin fever by attending this kick off to spring festival outdoors.
  • Best for Sightseeing Because: Washington. D.C. may be known for being covered in red, white and blue but it always looks good in pink.

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