- Skip the line and get immersed in the history and relevance of free expression and the free press, across seven floors of incredible interactive exhibits
- Come face to face with the Berlin Wall, see how the FBI has changed in the face of global terror, and see the history of protest movements
- Star in your own news report, see arresting exhibits of fallen journalists and the World Trade Center, see every Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph, and more
Refresh your appreciation for free expression and the pursuit of truth with an immersive journey through Newseum. Trace the history of the news media across seven floors of touchscreens, film and video, computer games, interactive kiosks, and hands-on multimedia exhibits.
See the largest intact section of the Berlin Wall outside of Germany, with harrowing accounts of post-war Germany. Get the inside scoop on the FBI, with exhibits detailing their cooperation with the press in the Unabomber case, and how the intelligence world changed post-9/11.
Take the glass elevator to the 6th floor, and enjoy views of the Capitol Building from the Pennsylvania Avenue terrace. Read newspaper headlines from around the world and discover the history of the U.S. Constitution and 500 years of news history.
See the Civil Rights Movement and the student protest movement brought to life before your eyes. Stand solemnly at the 9/11 exhibit, featuring the communications antenna from the fallen World Trade Center, and salute journalists who have been killed in the line of duty.
Star as a reporter in your own TV broadcast, see how technology has transformed news media over the years, see every Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph, and so much more.
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.
Current Presidents of the United States should definitely check this museum out!
walk straight in in start your tour.
great and informative articles.
a lot in there to think about especially the journalists memorial 😐
The museum was great! Wish I had more time.. Spent over 3 hours and not enough
Need to pay attention to the booklet they give you so don't miss anything