You couldn’t have asked for a more picture-perfect day to cap off this year’s Cherry Blossom Festival. The buds and the Capitol were in full bloom.
Washington’s famous cherry blossoms have hit peak bloom ahead of this weekend’s National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Washington’s famous cherry blossoms are set to hit peak bloom this weekend as the National Cherry Blossom Festival draws big crowds for its annual parade and Japanese street festival.
While the trees aren’t in full bloom just yet, many people say Monday was still a great day to be there.
Not all news out of Washington is political. Tuesday, a welcome prediction was made about the return of the city’s cherry blossoms.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade and a Japanese street festival are bringing a finale to three weeks of events as the cherry blossom trees are in full bloom.
Worth the wait. After snow and rain, the cherry blossoms are at their peak.
The spring snow is not expected to affect Washington’s famous cherry blossoms.
The National Park Service is updating its predicted peak bloom time for the District of Columbia’s cherry trees, now saying the peak bloom will come in early April.
Organizers of the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade are announcing a lineup of celebrities joining the festivities this week.
An all-day series of performances and food events on Washington’s Southwest Waterfront is counting down to a fireworks show for the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Drivers in Washington should expect street closures ahead of the Cherry Blossom 10k and 5k runs.