The Newseum is one of the most informative museums in DC. Outside, newspapers from around the globe reside in glass display cases for passers-by to read and admire in the “Today’s Papers” exhibit; each morning, organizations from The Salt Lake Tribune to China Daily send their papers directly to the Newseum to be exhibited for the day. You can read breaking news from 80 papers around the world, and see which headlines transcend international borders. And that’s the free part: pay a $23 admission fee to follow along with the history of journalism and discover the most infamous scandals uncovered by the media – like Washington’s very own Watergate.
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