Pollinator Garden – National Mall – DC

Pollinator Garden – National Mall Info:

  • City: Washington, DC
  • Type: Park
  • Outdoor or Indoor? Outdoor
  • Age Range:
    • Good for Babies? Yes
    • Good for Elementary? Yes
    • Good for Teens? Yes

Hours & Tickets

  • Hours: Open daily
  • Free or Paid? Free
  • Cost: Free
  • Advance Tickets Required? No

Pollinator Garden – National Mall Amenities

  • Restrooms? No
  • Parking Type? Street
  • Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible? Yes

More Info:

You could easily pass the alley-like Smithsonian Pollinator Garden but the great thing abo it traveling with kids is they always notice! It was actually a lot of fun and we ended up reading all the signs and learning a ton. (I didn’t know scout bees go back to the hive and do a special dance to show the direction of the flower patch to the others!)⁣

Here’s a reel of our trip!

📍 The Garden is on the National Mall in DC between the NGA Sculpture Garden and Natural History Museum on Madison Dr.⁣

🚻 Clean and ventilated restrooms right next door at the Sculpture Garden ⁣

🅿 Found metered street parking on Madison at around 1PM. ⁣

Website: Link.

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Note: This entry was created in Summer 2021 and will be updated on a quarterly basis. Some of the information may be incorrect, especially with re-opening schedules changing hours and ticketing procedures. Please double check with the location for up-to-date info. Thanks so much for understanding!

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