Explore Watts Branch Creek and Marvin Gaye Park on Foot
Enjoy the great outdoors without having to leave D.C. Named for the legendary soul singer, Marvin Gaye Park is not only a beautiful pocket of nature in the heart of the city, but the park has also been an important part of D.C.'s African-American culture and history. In recent years, the area's been revitalized with new greenery, trails, lighting, playgrounds, an amphitheater and a restored creek area. This two-hour walking tour begins at the eastern boundary of D.C. and follows Watts Branch Creek through the park until it reaches the Anacostia River. This gorgeous nature walk takes in historic sites and points of interest along the way, including the Nannie Helen Burroughs School, founded in 1909 to provide vocational training for young African-American women.
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The last date listed for Walking Tour of Watts Branch/Marvin Gaye Park was Saturday, May 26, 2018 / 11:00am.