Spring has sprung in the Wooster Square area of New Haven. In the historic Italian section of New Haven, you can walk through the park to find pale pink blooms, as the famous cherry blossoms have finally reached their peak.
The Cherry Blossoms have been a part of the Wooster Square area for years. On April 24, 2022, the Historic Wooster Square Association will host its’ annual Cherry Blossom festival, complete with music and food carts.
However, if you can’t make the festival, you can still head down to New Haven just to enjoy the blooms. Trust me, it will make the perfect Instagram shot.
I got a chance to head down there with my friend Leah and I am so glad that I did. We got some great shots of them, which you can view below:
For further information on the Cherry Blossoms, be sure to check out the Cherry Blossom Blog here.
2 thoughts on “Walking Through the Wooster Square Cherry Blossoms”
Lovely photos! I love the cherry and plum blossoms we have here in Vancouver as well! They signify the start of spring to me. Thanks for sharing.
Wow, they look so beautiful. What a lovely walk. Thank you for sharing.