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Newseum, Washington DC

September3

Discover unique learning opportunities at the Newseum, an interactive museum of history in Washington, D.C.

  • Learning Center classes on journalism, history and the First Amendment.
  • Free online teacher resources such as lesson plans and self-guided tours through the museum.
  • Educator-led gallery tours.
  • Professional development for teachers.
  • Unique learning plans created just for you and your group.
    Visit Newseum.org/education to learn more.Homeschools receive the school group discount when they visit the Newseum.

    Students on a teacher-lead organized field trip from public, private and homeschools grades 1 through university in the DC metro area receive free, general admission through the generous support of The Washington Post and WTOP. More information on the free admission program.

    For schools outside of the area, the school rate is $10 per student. One chaperone for every 10 students will receive free admission. Additional chaperones over the required 1:10 chaperone ratio will be charged $15 each.

    If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact Maggie Crawford, Education Coordinator, at (202) 292-6663 or email mcrawford@newseum.org

    The Newseum is located at
    555 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Washington, DC 20001

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