DC is blooming in spring. We have everything from cherry blossoms, tulips, magnolias, wisteria, and dogwood flowers blooming around the city. I have been fortunate enough to stumble upon some incredible Wisteria around Georgetown during my daily sanity strolls. I’m sharing a few of my favorite Wisteria locations in Washington, DC.
I recently spotted two areas near the National Mall in Washington DC that has pretty Wisteria. By the National Gallery of Art West Building on Madison DR NW, just before 7th St NW there are a few beautiful Wisteria trees. Additionally by the National Museum of American History there are a few Wisteria vines that allow you to capture the image of the Washington Monument in between the branches.
Georgetown has a ton of beautiful Wisteria to admire. My favorite place to see Wisteria is Dumbarton Oaks however it is currently closed. Thankfully strolling through Georgetown you can come across several spots to view the pretty Wisteria flowers.
The most notable spot to see Wisteria is on 35th St and Prospect St, seen here. A few hidden spots to view Wisteria Hysteria can be found here:
- P St NW (between 29th & 28th St)
- 33rd St NW (between O & P, a little Alley on the left)
- Dumbarton St NW (from 31st St to 29th St)
- Corner of R St NW & 32nd St
- 32nd St (between Q & P St)
- 28th St (between P & O)