This sleek attraction is one of the District's most popular museums. Located on Pennsylvania Avenue and accessible via the Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter Metro stop on the Green and Yellow lines and the Judiciary Square Metro stop on the Red Line, the Newseum is a museum dedicated to, what else, the news. Visitors enter an atrium – complete with a huge television screen and a news helicopter – which leads into 15 galleries on the history of the news.
Though ticket prices are steep, past visitors said the museum is well worth the pricey admission cost. To get your money and time's worth, plan on visiting this museum twice – your ticket is good for two consecutive days – so you'll have ample time to explore must-see exhibits like the 9/11 Gallery Sponsored by Comcast, the Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery and the Berlin Wall Gallery.
The Newseum welcomes visitors from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, excluding Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Inauguration Day and days when private events are scheduled. Tickets cost $24.95 (plus tax) for adults and $14.95 (plus tax) for children ages 7 to 18. Free or reduced admissions are also available for seniors and kids younger than 7. In addition to the museum's exhibits, travelers will find restrooms, a gift shop, the quick-service Express Bar and the Wolfgang Puck-affiliated food court. There's also a Wolfgang Puck restaurant, The Source, for more substantial meals. For additional information, check out the Newseum website.
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