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Trees that bear fruit year round – from apples, apricots and peaches, to pears, cherries and plums. Blueberries, raspberries, pomegranates and strawberries are also worth trying.

Trees that bear fruit year round – from apples, apricots and peaches, to pears, cherries and plums. Blueberries, raspberries, pomegranates and strawberries are also worth trying.

Omaha

• Antique Park

Why: Home to the first pure American antiques market

When: Between the end of February and late March, with peak weekend sales from the end of March to mid-April

• Downtown Go Ape

Why: The Chicago version of Ape, Ride and Treehouse features three zip lines

When: 10am-4pm daily in March and April

• Capi

Why: It’s the end of winter and you’re tired of looking at cold brown grass. Capi is packed with more than 100 kinds of grasses and hundreds of flowering plants and trees for you to choose from, many of them in stunning hues of reds, yellows and purples

Why: Home to the first pure American antiques market

When: Between the end of February and late March, with peak weekend sales from the end of March to mid-April

• The Chicago History Museum

Why: From Egyptian artifacts to folk art to a prehistoric village, the museum has it all

When: 10am-5pm daily year round

• Grant Park Arboretum

Why: Situated on Chicago’s legendary Magnificent Mile, this arboretum has more than 8,000 species of trees, from enormous sequoia-like Douglas firs to exotic palms

Why: Home to the first pure American antiques market

When: Between the end of February and late March, with peak weekend sales from the end of March to mid-April

• Rose Island

Why: Home to thousands of beautiful rose and cherry trees in a picturesque setting

When: Always open, though the blossoms come only at certain times of year

• Museum of Science and Industry

Why: From the International Space Station to an extreme-scale model of a human ear, this science and technology museum has it all

Why: Home to the first pure American antiques market

When: Between the end of February and late March, with peak weekend sales from the end of March to mid-April

• Wild Rose Park

Why: A permanent exhibit in the 1890s Kelly House shows the evolution of American culture

When: Open year round

Washington

• Barracks Row

Why: The mansion formerly owned by the first governor of the District of Columbia has been carefully preserved to tell the history of the city’s founding

When: Open Monday to Friday year round

• The American History Museum

Why: The best exhibit at the American History Museum is the “Spirit of Freedom,” a small installation that commemorates African-American history

When: Always open, though it’s limited to certain weekends and holidays

Prairie View

• Harmony Hills Orchard

Why: They offer apple cider donuts, and the place smells like warm fresh-from-the-oven apple pie

Why: The best exhibit at the American History Museum is the “Spirit of Freedom,” a small installation that commemorates African-American history

When: Always open, though it’s limited to certain weekends and holidays

Salt Lake

• HomeSweet Home – Salt Lake City Museum of History

Why: This historic home has been meticulously restored to its turn-of-the-century appearance

When: Open year round

• Pioneer Park

Why: Full of trees, roses, tulips and other flowers and plants that inspired early pioneers, this park and garden also has a small zoo

Why: The best exhibit at the American History Museum is the “Spirit of Freedom,” a small installation that commemorates African-American history

When: Always open, though it’s limited to certain weekends and holidays

San Diego

• Balboa Park

Why: This is a cultural and historical treasure for everyone

When: Open daily year round

• Rose Hill Manor

Why: This historic home has been meticulously restored to its turn-of-the-century appearance

When: Open year round

Spokane

• Fern Creek Park

Why: They offer apple cider donuts, and the place smells like warm fresh-from-the-oven apple pie

When: Open year round

• Deer Creek Park

Why: Full of trees, roses, tulips and other flowers and plants that inspired early pioneers, this park and garden also has a small zoo

When: Open year round

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Originally published March 2, 2020, 11:10 a.m.

Jayme Deerwester

Jayme Deerwester is an editorial producer at USA TODAY. When she's not searching for travel tips, shooting pictures or writing stories, Jayme enjoys reading, hiking, campsinging and baking. Her work can be found at JaymeDeerwester.com. When she's not searching for travel tips, shooting pictures or writing stories, Jayme enjoys reading, hiking, campsinging and baking. Her work can be found at JaymeDeerwester.com.

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