The Newseum is a great place to visit, with extensive information on the importance of and significance of journalism. The tickets are a good deal, being good for two days. Their exhibit on journalists and their work covering 9/11 is incredibly moving. Their exhibit on the FBI was excellent as well. And their collection of noteworthy newspapers is really cool. Be sure to give yourself a good four-plus hours if you like to linger
My only knocks on the place are their hours - they close at 5 p.m., which seems too early even for DC. And to be frank, the "Anchorman" exhibit seems to be beneath it. Maybe it is a good way to draw the kids in.
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