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Botanical Garden

Jardin botanique des États-Unis

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The United States Botanic Garden (USBG) consisting of the Conservatory, National Garden and Bartholdi Park - is a museum with a difference – our artifacts are the living treasures of the world.
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December 25, 2019
The U.S. Botanic Garden gets decked out for the holidays thanks to this annual exhibit. This year’s display focuses on gardens from Hawaii to Maine, including iconic spots like the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Franklin Park Conservatory and Huntsville Botanical Garden. Inside the Conservatory you'll…
November 18, 2019
Near the Smithsonian Museums, check this place out! They have a tropical indoor green house, and other environments with plants from around the world!
November 23, 2019
Take advantage of this free museum, especially if you like plants/nature. You feel like you're standing in a jungle but this museum is actually located right on the National Mall!
December 5, 2019
If you are passionate about plants like me, you will love to spend time here, socially at the tropical forest side.
November 27, 2019
This place shines during the holidays with an amazing train display! Must see!

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100 Maryland Avenue Southwest
Washington, DC 20001
Téléphone+1 202-225-8333
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