Location: : Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20024, United States
Hours: : Open 24 hours
Admission: : Free
Highlights: : Local ducks, Reflecting Pool, Island, Lake
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Sited between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall, the Constitution Gardens is a memoir and dedication to those who developed the United States constitution. These 55 acres of the scenic landscape is a nature preserve housing native animals and plants inside it's safe and lush perimeter.
Space provides a sense of relief for the busy American life not only because of the natural connection that it offers to its visitors but mostly because it is a much-needed outlet located right in the middle of a bustling city. Like most of the parks in Washington DC, entry to Constitution Gardens is entirely free. The park gains its beauty through the lush trees lining the perimeter while neighbouring the Reflecting Pool. The concrete path that connects the World War II Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial becomes a key highlight of the place as it remains crowded with visitors strolling around. You can also witness a gorgeous island and a lake as you walk past the variety of trees spread across the parking area. Take some food for the local ducks inhabiting the small lake on your next visit to the Constitution Gardens.
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