If you're headed to Washington, D.C. in the next month, you may want to put the Newseum at the forefront of your itinerary; the popular museum is set to close on December 31, 2019. What do we know about the closing of the museum and its plans for re-opening at a new location? Read on!
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Can you guess which Washington, D.C. museum has the largest display of unaltered portions of the original wall outside of Germany? Find out in our latest blog post.
TIME Magazine's first annual "World's 100 Greatest Places" was just released. The goal of the list is to help readers find attractions that are not just popular tourist attractions, but places that are truly relevant and worth visiting worldwide. One of NationsClassroom's most popular student travel destinations made this prestigious list, which didn't surprise us! Can you guess which D.C. attraction made the list?
A new exhibit is set to open at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. this week, and it's seriously funny. No, really. #SeriouslyFunny is trending on Twitter in anticipation of the Seriously Funny: From The Desk of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" exhibit opening on June 21st.
By now you may have heard that the building where the Newseum is housed (at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue) is being sold to John Hopkins University. But what does that mean for school groups traveling to the Newseum in 2019? We've got your answers.
Does your school have a student newspaper? Would you like your school newspaper featured on the most famous street in the U.S.? The Newseum in Washington, D.C. is showcasing student newspapers on their Front Pages app and as well as on their digital display on Pennsylvania Avenue - and yours could be next!
Are you heading to D.C. this year? This week one of the most popular D.C. museums just made an exciting announcement.
Curious what today’s @Google doodle is about?
On Nov. 14, 1889, Nellie Bly, one of the world’s first female reporters, embarked on an ambitious mission to circle the globe.
Newseum visitors on a school trip to Washington, D.C. can see the satchel she carried during her around-the-world trek in the News History Gallery.
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