Newseum, Washington, D.C.

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555 Pennsylvania Ave NW

Washington, D.C. 20001

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(202) 292-6100

  • 3 mentions in First time visiting Washington, DC

    • Alisa B.

      Alisa B. said, "...All of the monuments (1); Smithsonian museums -- any flavor (2); Mt Vernon in Alexandria VA (3), International Spy Museum (4) Newseum..." See More

    • chris f.

      chris f. said, "...- it is incredibly well done and definitely a must do. on a lighter note, my wife and i did the Newseum a couple of months ago when we were there and really enjoyed it, lots and lots to see -..." See More

    • Angela G.

      Angela G. said, "...I love the Newseum. I would plan to spend for at least several hours there...." See More

  • 3 mentions in Good museums and other free places in DC?

    • Danielle D.

      Danielle D. said, "...going to have a ball in DC. Most of the suggestions I would make have been given. My favorite is the Newseum. Educational and interesting. If you are going to do the Hop on/Hop off, International Spy Museum and Newseum..." See More

    • Connie H.

      Connie H. said, "...Memorial Museum is excellent and it is free. The International Spy Museum, the National Museum of Crime & Punishment and the Newseum are also very well done although they charge an entrance fee. Definitely don't eat at the museums. There are..." See More

    • Jim S.

      Jim S. said, " place to eat unless you are disciplined. Museum game is most Smithsonian, also Renwick [Smithsonian but not near the others], Newseum. 5 days is not too much for what is here; suggest you make your choices from your interests..." See More

  • 3 mentions in What are the best non-government themed/non-Smithsonian attractions?

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...are a lot of fun, go to the International Spy Museum and the National Museum of Crime & Punishment . The Newseum is interesting too. In DC, I also love walking around Union Station just because it's pretty. If you have..." See More

    • Phil V.

      Phil V. said, "...People seem to like the Newseum and the International Spy Museum. But I don't think that's what you're asking about. LOVE the Washington National Cathedral. The FDR Memorial at night is a must-see, IMHO. Ben's Chili Bowl and Jaleo are two..." See More

    • Rachel S.

      Rachel S. said, "...If you haven't already, be sure to check out the Newseum and the International Spy Museum in Gallery Place & Metro Center . Be sure to hike up to Brookland to visit the gorgeous cathedral as well. Have you seen the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Good things to do & hidden gems in NYC, DC, Boston & Philadelphia?

    • Jared H.

      Jared H. said, "...Co Inc - roast pork sandwich at any of the places will be fantastic. DC - Museum of Natural History (or Newseum, which costs money). Anything related to the Smithsonian is THAT good...." See More

    • Alisa B.

      Alisa B. said, "...DC, there are bike touring companies that offer tour of the monuments at night! Go see new Anchorman exhibit at the Newseum and the National Portrait Gallery is awesome...." See More

  • 2 mentions in What must I see in D.C. that is off the beaten path?

    • Connie H.

      Connie H. said, "...was imprisoned for treating John Wilkes Booth. Annapolis is nice. There is the National Museum of Crime & Punishment and the Newseum back in DC. Clara Barton National Historic Site is interesting. Take a walk or bike ride along the C&O..." See More

    • Nars K.

      Nars K. said, "...Here are my favorite places: Newseum Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Library of Congress Ford's Theatre - Where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated Here's an easy-to-view list of best of DC attractions: Have a great trip...." See More

  • 2 mentions in How many days do I need to visit Washington DC?

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...week+), then go hang out in Georgetown (Washington DC) and visit the Washington National Cathedral. The best paid museums are the Newseum (which has a huge piece of the Berlin wall and a radio tower from 9/11) and the International Spy..." See More

    • Lincoln M.

      Lincoln M. said, "...visit the National Museum of American History (free), shop and eat in Georgetown (Washington DC) (great walking neighborhood), and visit the Newseum. I suggest downloading UBER while you're on the east coast if you don't use it already, great car..." See More

  • 2 mentions in How to make the most of three days in DC

    • Caitlin F.

      Caitlin F. said, "...I visited for 3 days about 2 years ago and my 3 favorite places were the Newseum, National Museum of American History and National Gallery of Art - East Building(the modern side). The last 2 are Smithsonian museums and are..." See More

    • Karen E.

      Karen E. said, "...class options, pick any, you can't go wrong. If I were going to pay for 1 museum, it would be the Newseum. It's approx. $20 and there is nothing else like it in the world. Food? It's all here, but..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What to do with teens on spring break?

    • Sofia F.

      Sofia F. said, "...A lot of it depends on how much you would like to spend on your trip. The Newseum and the International Spy Museum are both interesting, but also cost money to enter. being said, one of the beauties of Washington D.C...." See More

    • Denise C.

      Denise C. said, "...I would definitely recommend the Newseum and the International Spy Museum, in that order. Both charge admission, but offer unique experiences. The Newseum has lots of great exhibits around the news and its place in history...." See More

  • 1 mention in What's the best way to get from NYC, Philadelphia, Washington DC?

    • Cal S.

      Cal S. said, "...train. Plenty to see along the way, but lots in DC. I would spend my time there. Definitely go to the Newseum. Most recent addition to great museums just off the mall on Penn Ave...." See More

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