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Newseum

 

 
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This museum, dedicated to news and journalism, is at a prime location on Pennsylvania Avenue. The museum has interesting exhibits that include ones on news history with artifacts from the 17th century, the history of the Internet, TV and radio, the September 11th attacks, and world press freedom. They even have a bit of the Berlin wall, a satellite replica, and a Bell helicopter. The museum calls for a great photo-op as it has views of the National Mall, the Capitol building, and the Washington monument! If you love taking pictures, the “Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery” will inspire you. If you are a budding journalist, you can act out your fantasies here at the “NBC News Interactive Newsroom: Sitting in the Hot Seat.” A sad but moving part of the museum is the tribute to journalists who have died pursuing the news. They have a great gift shop so make sure you pick up some souvenirs.

  • : Newseum, Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC, United States
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