National Cathedral’s Bishop’s Garden

Bishops Garden

 

Bishop’s Garden at the National Cathedral

The 59 acres surrounding Washington, D.C.’s National Cathedral were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. and include the formal Bishop’s Garden, Olmsted Woods, and more.

Visiting the Bishop’s Garden and Cathedral Grounds

The gardens and grounds are always open, and free.  Tours are available – info here on the National Cathedral Grounds and Gardens web page.

Peruse photos of the Bishop’s Garden and Cathedral grounds here on Flickr.  Or click here for the Landscape Architect’s Guide to the National Cathedral.

Bishop’s Garden by Month

APRIL:

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Click here for a slide show of the Bishop’s Garden in April.

MAY:
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Click here for a slide show and video of the Bishop’s Garden in May.

JUNE
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Click here for slide show an video of the Bishop’s Garden in June.

JULY
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Click here for slide show and video of the Bishop’s Garden in July.

AUGUST
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Click here for slide show and video of the Bishop’s Garden in August.

SEPTEMBER:

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Click here for slide show and video of the Bishop’s Garden in September.

OCTOBER:
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Click here for slide show and video of the Bishop’s Garden in October.

NOVEMBER:
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Click here for slide show and video of the Bishop’s Garden in November.

Photos are available at no charge to help promote the Bishop’s Garden.  (Email: Contact@DCGardens.com.)

2 comments for “National Cathedral’s Bishop’s Garden

  1. July 22, 2015 at 8:59 pm

    For much more information regarding the Bishops Garden and the other gardens and grounds surrounding the National Cathedral please visit the All Hallows Guild website: http://www.allhallowsguild.org We are the stewards to the gardens and grounds of the Cathedral Close.

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