Any time you get to see the cherry blossom trees is time well spent. Visit the District during this time and you”™ll find the nation”™s capital is highlighted in pink for the National Cherry Blossom Festival, which takes place from March 20 ”“ April 14, 2019. The cherry blossom trees are certainly the stars of springtime in Washington, D.C. Although the blossoms can last for up to two weeks under ideal conditions, the best time to view the cherry blossom trees typically lasts four to seven days after peak bloom begins. The best place to visit the cherry blossom trees is at the Tidal Basin which offers beautiful photo opportunities close to the Jefferson Memorial. There are also small groups of cherry blossom trees that can be found along the National Mall near the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Many D.C. area hotels and restaurants offer special cherry blossom themed events that everyone can enjoy. If you are in the area, do not hesitate to visit our firm”™s office here in downtown Washington D.C.