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Find out for yourself why everyone is calling the Newseum the best experience Washington, D.C. has to offer. Each of the seven levels in this magnificent building is packed with interactive exhibits that explore free expression and the five freedoms...more
This is a history museum, as told by the journalists who reported or photgraphed the events. Many of the displays dealt with events I remembered, and it made a big impression. Take your time, and take a break on the gallery on the top floor...More
The food in the cafe is good and reasonably priced. The Pulitzer Prize for Photography exhibit is superb and evokes many emotions. There are news articles of current events as well as those from the past. The First Dogs are fun and the Vietnam War...More
You have to pay for admission. If it was free I would only recommend going for the basement cafeteria. After eating, leave for a museum about our national heritage or those who anonomously sacrificed their lives for the cause of liberty.
Seven floors and 450...More
Head to the Newseum on a hot day!
The amount of News Artifacts in this place is astounding. They have pieces of the Berlin Wall from both sides. The top of the World Trade Center. The Unibomber’s cabin. And newspapers from around the world. There...More
Very interesting exhibitions - photos on 6th floors take anyone around the world, title pages of newspapers reminds all main events during last 150 years, the wall with died journalists has helped me realize what all journalists make for us. I was surprised that my...More
Worth the price, a beautiful building, extremely well done, and buckets of information. Tickets are able to be used for two consecutive days which is amazing because it takes pressure to see everything in one day away!
This is a great museum and well worth your time. You are able to come back the next day if you run out of time and you just might because there is so much to see and explore. Our favorite was the Pulitzer Prize photo...More
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The only foreign language papers that I recall seeing are part of the World Trade Center display, which was fascinating to see the headlines from a round the world on that day. For more in-depth answers, I would suggest, as... More
The only foreign language papers that I recall seeing are part of the World Trade Center display, which was fascinating to see the headlines from a round the world on that day. For more in-depth answers, I would suggest, as others before me have already done, checking the website.