White House to hold spring garden tours
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The White House is once again opening its doors to fans of all things floral with its biannual garden tours.

The grounds at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. will open on April 14 and 15 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for spring garden tours, the White House announced on Monday.


Visitors will be able to roam the South Lawn, the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden, the Rose Garden and the White House Kitchen Garden.

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A senior adviser at the White House told CNN last year that Trump was “committed” to preserving the gardens at the White House.

Spring garden tours are free, but tickets are required. Passes will be doled out on a first-come, first-serve basis by the National Park Service on the morning of each tour. They can be picked up at a tent near the entry point for the tours at the intersection of 15th Street and Constitution Avenue.