Events We Love: USBG Reopens Children’s Garden
Visitors to the United States Botanical Garden can now rest assured that whole family is accommodated, with the recently revamped Children’s Garden now open to public.
New features include a kiwifruit tunnel, platforms raised within the space to create dynamic areas of interaction, a digging area that subtly instructs on composting, whimsical dandelion sculptures, and classic toadstool seats, without which no children’s garden would be complete. Familiar features like the motion activating misters and watering and planting stations are still there– so no fear if you’re looking for your old standbys.
As always, admission is free.
The USBG is located at 245 First St. SW, Washington, DC. To learn more about the Children’s Garden, visit their website.
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