I must say it is pretty hot and humid in Washington DC but it has a lot of historical and amazing architecture.
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I had read of this hidden gem is a beautifully planted garden as a living monument to the Constitution. What I found was a virtually unkempt garden with no flowers (flowers were blooming like crazy at the Castle and other garden spaces along the mall),...More
An easy walking path around beautiful gardens and a pond. In the middle of the pond is an island with a memorial to the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Each stone in the memorial wall shows the signature, name, and profession of the signer....More
Nice place to visit after seeing the Vietnam Memorial. Peaceful but small. The whole mall are is beautiful. Nicer places to visit.
We took some time out from sightseeing to sit at the park, it is a very serene and beautiful place nestled between many of the D.C. landmarks. Great place to read, relax or picnic at.
After visiting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, it is nice to continue the walk down towards the Washington Monument, Before reaching it, you will come across the Constitution Gardens on your right side. In the middle of the gardens, is a wall where the 56 signers...More
The Constitution Garden is located within the National Mall a few minutes walk from the Vietnam Memorial and the World War II memorial. According to the history, it was established in 1976 to tribute to American Revolution Bicentennial. The garden has a small beautiful lake...More
The pond, the view of the Washington Monument and the walk from the National Mall all made my visit to the gardens that much better. It was like an oasis in the city, away from the crowds by the monument and even the Reflection Pool...More