August 31, 2011
Newseum/Sam Kittner

Newseum/Sam Kittner

September is for Seniors at the Newseum

WASHINGTON — During the month of September, admission for seniors age 65 and over is only $9 ($9.54 with tax).

The deal runs Sept. 1-30, 2011.

This offer also applies to advance reservations senior groups. Tickets are currently available only at the admissions desk.

Once inside, seniors get:

  • Free "Be a TV Reporter" downloads
  • 15 percent discounts on purchases in the Food Section.

Don't miss "War on Terror: The FBI's New Focus," the newest section in the "G-Men and Journalists" exhibit, which opens Sept. 2. Sixty new artifacts, including engine parts and landing gear from the airliners that crashed into the World Trade Center, illustrate the FBI's efforts to fight terrorism.

Senior discount tickets, like all Newseum tickets, are valid for two consecutive days.

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