Whether in the classroom, in the Newseum or online, education plays a vital role in our mission to champion the First Amendment.
Our free curriculum guides feature discussion topics on history, civics and media literacy to make your classes visit even more worthwhile. The Newseum's materials and lessons meet state and national standards of learning.
Your band or choir can even perform on the most historic street in the United States in the shadow of the Nation's Capitol.
The Food Section by Wolfgang Puck includes an extensive selection of hot entrees, grilled and cold sandwiches, gourmet soups, salads, desserts and more on the Newseum's Concourse Level. Gourmet box lunches and dining vouchers for your class are available and we have lots of room for your students to enjoy their lunch together. For more details or to place an order, visit the group dining section of our website.
Washington, D.C., area school groups can visit the Newseum for free through a program co-sponsored by WTOP 103.5 FM and The Washington Post. Other student and youth groups may qualify for a discount on admission. For rates and more information, visit the Newseum's Education section.