Berlin Wall VR Experience Now Open at the Newseum

The technology allows visitors to experience life in communist East Berlin, and help break down the infamous barrier to freedom.
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Remembering John C. Quinn

John C. Quinn

The Newseum and the Newseum Institute mourn the loss of John C. Quinn, a distinguished journalist, former deputy chairman of the Freedom Forum and co-founder of the Chips Quinn Scholars diversity in journalism program.
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Still going strong after 225 years: Our love-hate relationship with the First Amendment

#SOFA17

Survey results show that Americans are supportive of the First Amendment in general – but critical of specific applications.
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Artist and Activist Ai Weiwei’s Self Portrait On Display at Newseum

Internationally-renowned artist Ai Weiwei visited the Newseum this week to see his work on display.
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Newseum announces new Sunday hours

Newseum

Beginning on Sunday, July 2, the Newseum will have new Sunday hours. The new hours will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Newseum will continue to be open
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Journalist Walt Mossberg donates media tech collection to Newseum

Walt Mossberg

The artifacts show the evolution of media technology over the last three decades.
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Summer Fun Deal Starts July 1!

The annual Summer Fun Deal is back! Kids 18 and younger get free admission to the Newseum through Sept. 4, 2017. With the purchase of at least one general adult
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Newseum Unveils New Journalism Artifacts

The artifacts are central to two prominent and recent incidents involving press freedom in the United States.
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Newseum and Discovery Communications Partner on ‘Manhunt: UNABOMBER’

The show tells the dramatic and gripping true story of the FBI’s hunt for the Unabomber, the deadliest serial bomber in history.
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Washington Post Editor Martin Baron Receives Al Neuharth Award

The award, which honors lifetime achievement in the media, was presented to Baron last evening at the Newseum.
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