Newsworthy in Washington, D.C.

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Pretend to be a newscaster or field reporter for the day at the Newseum in Washington, DC.

Washington, D.C. is filled with museums for every type of traveler and enthusiast. For budding broadcast journalists, or those who just appreciate a good story or the nightly news, be sure to visit Newseum. Inside, explore exhibits such as 1966: Civil Rights at 50 with an in-depth look at civil rights events, and the Berlin Wall Gallery with eight, 12-foot high original sections of the wall (making it the only museum outside of Germany to house the sections.) Photography buffs can peruse a collection of photographs by lauded cameraman Ted Polumbaum whose work includes Ted Kennedy, Julia Child, Coney Island, and a rematch between boxers Muhammed Ali and Sonny Liston in 1965. If looking for accommodations for your visit to Washington DC’s Newseum, The Embassy Row Hotel is conveniently located just three Metro stops away.

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