Date of Visit: March 22, 2011
The National Gallery of Art's Sculpture Garden is usually fun to walk around, although the one across the mall at the Hirshhorn is slightly more interesting in my opinion. However, on this trip to D.C. we hit the Sculpture Garden at the worst timing. For one, they were in the process of the switch over from the ice rink to the fountain. Secondly, they were washing the sidewalks, so half the paths were closed and thus we could not see more than half the sculptures.
Note that some of the paths are dirt, but they are well packed down and even Mik rolled on it fine when he wanted to come over to me when I went close to a sculpture to take a photo.
Photos by Kjersti
Text by Kjersti with Mik's wheelchair accessibility input
National Gallery of Art - Sculpture Garden
7th St and Constitution Ave