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11 Spots Around DC to Take the Best Fall Foliage Photos

The Jefferson Memorial might be known for cherry blossom season, but it's pretty great in the fall, too. Photo via Instagram user @ejfass
How to Do Fall Around DC

About How to Do Fall Around DC

Make the most of autumn activities with these ideas for a fun-filled fall. Check out colorful foliage, corn mazes, haunted houses, pumpkin patches, and more.

Go on a foliage tour around the District. Or, just look at these #fall shots.

City Center

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Golden place.

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The obviousβ€” fake leaves still count.

Washington Monument

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#igdc

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A different monument shot.

Capitol Hill

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Good morning DC πŸ‚

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Up on the hill.

Rock Creek Park

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Back woods DC!

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Rocky and red.

The Mall

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Streets of gold.

Arlington Cemetery

Orange, yellow and marble.

Malcolm X Park

Still sword-less Joan with the brightest backdrop.

Eastern Market Neighborhood

The classic row house shot.

Jefferson Memorial

Leaf canopy.

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