Free Admission for Service Members During Veterans Day Weekend

Veterans Day

As the country pauses to reflect on the service of those in the military, the Newseum will once again offer free admission to active duty and retired members of the United States military, plus one guest. The promotion will begin on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11, and continue through Sunday, Nov. 13.

Veterans will be able to experience the “CNN Politics Campaign 2016: Like, Share, Elect” exhibit, which explores the ways digital and social media have transformed the 2016 election. Other popular Newseum attractions include the Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery, “Inside Today’s FBI” and the Berlin Wall Gallery.

To take advantage of this offer, service members should present military ID, another form of military service credential, or wear their uniforms.

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4 thoughts on “Free Admission for Service Members During Veterans Day Weekend

  1. I’m a veteran, but I’m not eligible for free admission because I only served 8 years instead of serving at least 20 years to qualify for retirement.

    • Anyone who served in the military qualifies. We will accept any form of military ID, paperwork, uniform, or even just your word.

  2. Active duty and retired only? Many Veterans (like myself) served but did not retire from the military. I am still a Veteran, but it appears, not eligible for you promotion. Unfortunate.

    • Anyone who served in the military qualifies. We will accept any form of military ID, paperwork, uniform, or even just your word.

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