Great Falls Park is in Virginia and offers a breathtaking look at the Potomac River as it crashes over rock formations and cliffs in the Mather Gorge.
Meridian Hill Park offers 12 acres of beautifully tended green space with trees, lawns, and sculptures, as well as a stunning tiered fountain right at the park's centre.
The United States Botanic Garden is famed as a living museum of plants and offers thousands of varieties of flora and fauna to photograph and enjoy all year long.
The United States National Arboretum offers more than 440 acres of parks, gardens, and green space, including one of North America's largest bonsai tree collections.
Constitution Gardens comprises 50 acres of green space established as a tribute and memorial to the framers of the United States Constitution.
Theodore Roosevelt Island offers a memorial to the 26th president of the United States and champion of the outdoors with hiking trails, statuary, and river views.
The Yards Park offers a waterfront park with a boardwalk, bridge, water features, and seemingly endless green space for you to enjoy on your visit to Washington, DC.
Park offers 10 acres of accessible paths, cycling and skating areas, waterfront views, fountains, and eco-friendly green space along the Potomac River.
U Street, known as the birthplace of jazz legend Duke Ellington, houses some of the busiest nightclubs, jazz clubs, and theatres in Washington DC.