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NATIONAL CATHEDRAL BISHOP'S GARDEN, WASHINGTON DC
Pilgrim Road NW
The Cathedral Close, the 59 acres surrounding the Cathedral, provide a beautiful sanctuary year round. The grounds consist of cultivated gardens, including the Bishop’s Garden; the Olmsted Woods, an oak and beech forest; manicured lawns; a prayer path; and the landscaped grounds and athletic fields of the Cathedral schools.
MITCHELL PARK, WASHINGTON DC
23 23rd Street and S Street NW
Nestled in the Kalorama historic neighborhood, sits a quiet, quaint park away from the crowds. Stroll around the neighborhood and view the beautiful and historic ambassadors' homes. The locals in this neighborhood are media bigwigs, politicians and diplomats.
MCCRILLIS GARDENS, BETHESDA, MD
6910 Greentree Road
This beautiful garden is a hidden gem. It offers a shady woodland walks and splashes of color, especially in spring. Tucked into a residential neighborhood in Bethesda, the five-acre property was donated to the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission in 1978 by its owners, William and Virginia McCrillis.
TREGARON CONSERVANCY, WASHINGTON DC
3100 Macomb Street NW
Situated between the Woodley Park and Cleveland Park neighborhoods, this historic woodland park features trails, wild gardens, open fields, meadows, and a lily pond. There are 13 acres full of quiet areas to walk, relax and picnic!
MONTROSE PARK, WASHINGTON DC
3052 R Street NW
An understated and lovely park in Georgetown, amidst beautiful homes. This local park is adjacent to Montrose Park and Dumbarton Park, a wilderness area of 27 acres that was established by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss who purchased Dumbarton Oaks House in 1920. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss hired Beatrix Ferrand to create the masterful 10 acre formal gardens around the house. The Blisses gave a majority of Dumbarton Oaks to Harvard University in 1940.
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*If you want to bring your dog, all parks allow dogs on leash