Five centuries of news history come to life at the famously interactive Newseum; stroll this 250,000-square-foot architectural marvel housing hundreds of artifacts from famous moments in news history as you learn how and why news is made:
• $10 ($21.95 value) for admission for one
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A 75-foot-high marble engraving of the First Amendment greets entrants to this impressive space, one of the capital's most popular museums. Once inside, you'll have access to seven levels of exhibits, galleries, and theaters showcasing the value of a free press using the most up-to-date technology available. Check out the Today's Front Pages Gallery to see a stunning array of front pages of newspapers from around the world, then visit the Berlin Wall Gallery to see one of the largest displays of the Berlin Wall outside Germany. The Interactive Newsroom gives visitors a chance to play the role of reporter, providing stations where guests can pick up a microphone and try their hand at reporting live in front of a camera.
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