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Smithsonian Gardens

Washington, D C

Phone: 202-357-2700 --
TTY: 202-357-1729

Statement of Purpose:

If you want to rest between exhibitions and events, here are three outdoor garden exhibits where you can do just that.

Highlights & Collections:

Enid A. Haupt Garden

This park-like, rooftop garden--more than 4 acres in size--features exquisite trees plants and flowers, a 19th-century embroidery parterre, and garden furniture. Located between the Freer Gallery and the Arts and Industries Building. Hours: Opens at 7 AM daily. Closing hours are determined seasonally. Closed December 25.

Mary Livingston Ripley Garden

This garden, located between the Arts and Industries Building and the Hirshhorn Museum, features seasonal plantings and a miniature bulb collection. Open to the public at all times.

Butterfly Habitat Garden

Located on the east side of the National Museum of Natural History, this garden features plant-insect interaction and a complement of interpretive signs. No seating is available.



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