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It was December so there was not much blooming in the garden but it was still easy to see how wonderful this place must be in spring and summer. It's a good sized area with a brick walk path that takes you thru the flower...More
We visited in November and Enid A.Haupt’s garden was very pretty...I can only imagine how picturesque its flower beds are in spring and summer. Enid A.Haupt was very enthusiastic about making this garden a beautiful green respite and actively participated in its design making sure...More
Situated behind the Smithsonian Castle, the Enid Haupt gardens offer a respite from the crowds on the mall. About 4 acres worth of gardens offer some nice areas to find some peace and quiet. Get your Zen on in the Moongate garden which is inspired...More
The Smithsonian has great museums, but that greatness means lots of people. So it is often great to be able to smell the roses so to speak, and visiting the Moongate Garden is one way to do that behind the castle and near the Sackler/Freer...More
Sightseeing is exhausting. The Enid Haupt garden is a wonderful spot for a respite. The plantings are diverse, labeled and extensive making the garden a visual feast for the eyes and a lovely place to rest and catch your breath.
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Most, not all (the Newseum, for one, one of the best museum's in DC) museums are free, however, all Smithsonian-related museums, which are US-government sponsored, are free. These gardens are part of the Smithsonian. Enjoy.