Location: : 16th St NW &, W St NW, Washington, DC 20009, United States
Hours: : 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM/12:00 PM (Winter/Summer)
Admission: : Free
Highlights: : Tiered fountain, Neoclassical architecture, drum circles, Statues of Dante and Buchanan
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Also known as the Malcolm X Park, the Meridian Hill Park is a National Historic Landmark spread across an area of 12 acres. By hosting the largest and tiered cascading fountain of North America and the statues of Joan of Arc, Dante, and James Buchanan, this National Park becomes a beautiful sight to behold. One of the most visited parks in Washington DC, this Italian style of architecture in the form of a lush garden is an ideal community gathering space for the locals as well as for travellers who seek to explore the basic lifestyle of Washington DC.
The park also hosts its famous drum circles on Sundays of Summer months which remains one of the key highlights and the reasons for the audience to find their way into the park. This urban haven and a wonderful neoclassical space remain a serene environment for you to enjoy your peaceful walks, picnics and games.
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