If you haven’t visited Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree for Washington, D.C. at the Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden, this is your last week to do so!
Every summer through Labor Day since 2007, visitors are able to write and tie their wishes to the branches of Ono’s Wish Tree, culminating in a beautiful “bloom” of visitors’ “hopes and ambitions.”
The wishes are then collected by Hirshhorn staff and sent to Ono’s global art installation in Reykjavik, Iceland, Imagine Peace Tower, to join over 1 million wishes.
Since 2007, D.C.’s tree has blossomed more than 100,000 wishes.
The Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m, offering plenty of opportunities for you to add your wish before it’s gone the day after Labor Day, Tuesday, Sept. 6.