The Newseum's 15 major galleries and 15 theaters will immerse you in the world's greatest news stories. Here are highlights of 10 of the top Newseum artifacts and exhibits we recommend for your "must-see" list.
Features eight 12-foot-high concrete sections of the original wall, the largest unaltered display of the wall outside of Germany."Most impressed with Berlin Wall. That alone [was] worth 20 bucks." — Mary, Washington, D.C.
Explores the horrendous events of Sept. 11, 2001, and the challenges journalists faced chronicling an attack on America."Thank you for the 9/11 Gallery. I was an eyewitness, and it was very emotional for me." — Barry, New York, N.Y.
The News History Gallery features the taped door that led to Richard Nixon's resignation."My favorite artifacts are those from reporters who have covered famous events." — Stacey Federoff, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Features the most comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs ever assembled."Especially enjoyed the Pulitzer Prize-winning photos." — Fountain, Stamford, Conn.
A 3-D film with fourth-dimension special effects that recreates some of the most dramatic events in journalism history."The 4-D movie was the most intriguing film I have ever experienced." — Glibby, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Ted Kaczynski's cabin is one of 200 artifacts featured in "G-Men and Journalists: Top News Stories of the FBI's First Century.""I really enjoyed the G-Men and Journalists exhibit!" — Roshunda, Los Angeles, Calif.
An interactive multimedia timeline traces the evolution of broadcast and digital news."I am an Internet news junkie. This museum is awesome!" — Preston, Gadsden, Ala.
The Interactive Newsroom gives visitors a chance to play the role of a reporter or photographer."Great interactive technology. This is a blueprint for other museums." — Pat, New York
The Knight Studio and Knight Studio on Pennsylvania Avenue have hosted numerous local and national broadcast."I had the chance to see an NPR taping. It was very exciting to be a part of history in the making." — Kellie, Maryland
This terrace offers a panoramic view of one of the most famous streets in the United States."Super views of the Capitol and D.C. monuments. Makes you want to come back." — S. Dhawlikar, Holmdel, N.J.
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