In a city with a notoriously low level of snowfall, many people will have to dig out of their living rooms in anticipation of winter.
For a city that has struggled with the threat of winter, the new winter garden at the National Mall in Washington D.C. has caught the eye of the city’s political elite.
The park will open in time for Christmas.
The National Mall Winter Garden will be open from November 21 through December 23.
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As the Washington Post notes, the Winter Garden is not only a great opportunity to get a glimpse of the Capital Wasteland, but also a chance to relax and enjoy some family time.
On Sunday, the Mall will host a snow-clearing ceremony to mark the start of the Winter Garden’s construction.
It is a tradition at the Mall to build the Winter Gardens and will also serve as the backdrop for a fireworks display on the roof of the Mall on Sunday evening.
Winter Gardens features a series of gardens in the form of mini-gardens, each one representing a different time period and location.
“The Mall Winter Gardens are one of the most popular events at the Washington D-C.
Metro area and we’re excited to be able to share this event with you,” said Mall spokesperson Liz Schoen.
A Winter Garden opens with a ceremony, where guests will learn about the Winter Park theme and discover the best ways to enjoy the winter wonderland.
The Winter Gardens at the Capitol Mall will open at 6 a.m. on November 21, 2018 and run until December 23, 2018.
In addition to the new Winter Gardens, the National Capital Preservation Commission has approved the construction of the Washington Mall Winter Park on the Mall.
According to the National Park Service, the park will be a community environmental space that is inclusive of people of all ages.
This park will allow visitors to walk around and explore a natural and cultural landscape that has been preserved and preserved as part of the National Register of Historic Places.
Construction is scheduled to begin in 2020 and be completed in 2021.
What to know about the new winter gardens in Washington, DC [Image source: National Park service] [Video source: The Washington Post]