Within eyeshot of the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., lies a gem that <<I suspect>> is overlooked by its illustrious next door neighbors, Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum, as well as the American Indian Museum. But for a rejuvenating break from the race to see it all the U.S. capital, I highly recommend the United States Botanic Garden.
For the museum lovers like me, everything is helpfully labeled.
The center room with a in-the-trees walkway is rainforesty and humid. But all of the climates in this big country of ours are represented in the garden.
It’s a great, picturesque place to visit.
This was definitely one of my most favorite sites in Washington, D.C.