We spent most of a day at Newseum. It's so nicely done. The exhibits are extremely informative, and thought provoking. You come away with tons of facinating information. I love the fact that there are lots of interactive exhibits, film clips everywhere, and lots to read. We began with the orientation to the museum on the concourse level near the Berlin Wall. Worth doing. Then we went to the 4D movie since it was nearby. After those two experiences you have some idea what the museum is all about. Then we went up to the top floor ---where there is a wonderful view of the Capitol building and the Washington Mall (think photo op!). After reading the front pages from newspapers worldwide, we made our way through exhibit after exhibit, floor after floor. There is so much to see and do! After our minds were filled with facts and images --we decided to take a break and grab lunch at cafe on the bottom level which is catered by Wolfgang Puck. We were happily surprised to find that food was great--and fairly priced. Who knew? In any event, go to the museum--you'll have a fabulous time. The only thing I think they could do to improve the museum is prepare a better museum guide. The one they hand out doesn't really explain what you're going to see on each floor. That would have been helpful. They are adding a JFK exhibit which opens in early April. That will be cool to see.