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About Newseum, Washington D. C.

The history of news reporting has been beautifully displayed in this massive six storey museum. The USA is known for fearless journalism and this museum proudly celebrates that. The history of American news has been traced back from the days of the typewriter to the modern times today.

Newspapers and articles that have reported the most iconic news stories of all time have been set up on display. Pulitzer Prize winning articles and photographs are also an interesting exhibit to see. Major events like the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and the fall of the Berlin wall have separate exhibits that attract huge numbers to this Newseum. There is also a very heart-wrenching memorial to journalists who have lost their lives in the process of bringing the news to the people.

The place is very unique and awe-inspiring. If you want to do something unlike the regular tourist, be sure to visit this one.

One of the most interesting attractions of Washington DC, the newseum is a mixture of museum and a news room. This museum celebrates the world of journalism. Since the museum is a unique attraction, Newseum tickets sell like hot cakes. In order to have an easy access along with an insider’s perspective, you can buy tickets for Newseum tours with us. This is your ultimate chance to get Newseum ticket prices at discounted rates and have the most out of the deal. Tickets for Newseum won’t wait for you. Just plunge and grab the offer.

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Address: 555 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20001, United States

Phone: +1-2022926100

Ticket Price: 21 USD

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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  • Plenty of my DC friends claim this is their favorite museum in the area. It's huge (6 floors) and has tons of great exhibits, so I definitely put it high on my list as well. You could probably spend most of your day here, but I love that it never feels too crowded even on busier days because of the amount of space. I really enjoyed the FBI and Berlin Wall Exhibits, but there are so many others to explore too. Maybe I missed them, but I'd like to see more interactive exhibits.

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  • This was a good museum. I went for free museum day. It was packed, so you can tell how popular it is. They have the museum laid out in way for visitors to flow from one exhibit to the next. I think it a neat idea, but j think it needs a bit better execution. I would like to see more of the founding of the press in the United States. That had what seemed a small section on it, but I think they could expand it. Overall, good museum and everyone should check it out at least once. We didn't take advantage of this, but it seemed like you could buy a ticket and decide to return the next day; you just had to check with the counter before you leave.

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  • If you like history thru the lens of news reporters it is well done and fascinating. Easy to spend several hours. First watch the introductory film on the bottom level and then take the elevator to the top floor and work your way down. Must enjoy the view from their balcony.

  • It was an absolutely incredible experience to go here. They have more than you can ever possibly imagine and it's absolutely gorgeous. There's good views from upstairs, and there's a lot to see. You can't get bored here. Plus, it's great to go during election time!

  • Truly an amazing experience! I am a Communications and PR major in college right now in PA and this was an awesome museum to go to. 7 floors and your ticket gets you two days to be able to explore each floor. Interactive and touching exhibits really draw you in and keep you interested for hours. My family and I ended up staying 6 hours in the museum (which you don't have to, that's why they give you 2 days!) because we only had one more day of vacation in DC, but it was well worth it and didn't even feel that long. I would recommend ages 13+.

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