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West Potomac Park

West Potomac Park Review

Between the Potomac and the Tidal Basin, this park is known for its flowering cherry trees, which bloom for two weeks in late March or early April, and for the World War II Memorial, as well as the memorials for Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr., Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jefferson, George Mason, and the Korean and Vietnam War Veterans. A nice place to picnic and play ball, families can relax and admire the views of the water.

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  • Address: Bounded by Constitution Ave., 17th St., and Independence Ave., Washington, DC, 20024
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  • Location: Washington, D.C.
Updated: 05-23-2014

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