NEWSEUM, Washington, http://www.newseum.org/Opening Time - "10:00-5:30 a day with Chinese guides at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue, next to the Canadian Embassy, opposite the West Museum of the International Gallery of Art. This is the only museum we have ever seen in Washington for a fee. Tickets - "Adults - "22.95 dollars (excluding taxes) for the elderly, "18.95 dollars (excluding taxes). Tickets are valid on the day and the second day, and are not registered. There is a guide in Chinese at the reception desk. This is a museum of rich content, well-laid knowledge, interesting combination of news and media. Although it charges, it is worth it. Visitors who are interested in the media must not miss it. The front page of dozens of newspapers around the world is displayed every morning at the museum entrance. The electronic version is printed on the Internet and displayed in a display box for passers-by to read. More than 800 newspapers in 50 U.S. States and around the world can be read free every morning after 8 - "30 a.m. through the touch screen of museums or the website of news museums. The Museum consists of 14 main exhibition halls on 7 floors, including news historical changes, development of communication means, world news trends and major events reporting, etc. There are 15 video broadcasting halls and two television studios to show the rise of digital media and the latest technology. The Journalist Memorial keeps track of journalists who have devoted their lives to news reporting. On the wall of the museum is Lincoln's famous motto - "Let the people know the facts, and the country will be safe." It means to let the people know the facts, and the country will be safe. The Museum has a collection of historic newspapers and periodicals, which can be traced back to more than 500 years ago. Since 1455, major newspapers and media records in the United States have been kept in glass cabinets. History has been condensed and unchangeable. Visitors can pull out the exhibition board to read according to the age. The Museum of Journalism is also a collection of "media products" that showcases the development of news media and the latest technology today. We watched the news film on the scene of September 11 in the video studio, which was very exciting. A large American Star-Spangled Banner was hung at the entrance of the broadcasting room, and paper towels were placed on the table in one corner. Many Americans hugged and wept as they walked out. The exhibition also includes the physical exhibition of 9.11 events and the front page display of newspapers and magazines all over the world at that time, including the People's Daily of China. Museums also have relaxing aspects, such as photographs of the first American president and pets together, major sports events, sports stars'reports, animal news, the feeling of being a host in front of the camera, cartoons, 4D movies and so on. The balcony on the sixth floor of the museum is the best angle to enjoy the beauty of Washington's main avenue. The Museum has a large restaurant.
Before going to the United States, I thought that Washington was the capital of the people. So I just wanted to save time to go to such scenic areas as Yellowstone. My daughter in New York said that she had booked tickets and hotels for Washington, so go. The main purpose of her visit is to visit the News Museum. Of course, when she came to the city, she found that the city was so beautiful and there were so many places to visit, but we only arranged for five days, which seemed too little. (At first, we blamed our daughter for spending too much time here. Later, she was told that we were sorry to blame her. Sometimes we should not just listen to our children for our own use. Only a large circle of museums in the square is too late to walk all over. Let's talk about this news museum. Although it charges, it's worth it. After visiting so many museums, I feel that the happiness index of American children is quite high. There are several photos uploaded here, including the Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs, the children's interactive area, the damaged Lenin image, the signature pen of the disintegration of the Soviet Union, and the major newspapers of various countries on that day.
The picture below the DC NEWSEUM Press Museum in Washington is the annual Prinze Prize. The Pulitzer Prize for Journalism (the Pulitzer Prize for Journalism), the world's most famous journalism award, was established on the basis of the legacy of Joseph Pulizer (1848-1911), a well-known American newspaperman and father of modern American journalism. Awards were awarded in 1917.
Eventually, I had time to visit the News Museum. From the Vietnam War to September 11, to the photo wall that sacrifices journalists every year, salute those who pursue truth and courage. I am proud to be able to work with them.
The Washington News Museum, a museum with media news as its main content, has its famous "front page today" window display and the front pages of major newspapers in the world, such as China Daily. Also proud
I'm satisfied with this Museum of Natural History. It's a highly recommended place where we've been. The price is very reasonable. This Museum is really great. The antenna brought back from the roof of the World Trade Center on September 11 has Time.
The International Museum of Journalism History in Washington, USA, contains all the important historical moments in the world since the birth of journalism. There are also many valuable collections that news fans can not miss.
The Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the News Museum is very wide and different from New York. The construction of the capital reveals an atmosphere.
After three trips, the museum has seven floors. It has a lot of information and learns a lot of stories from news and American media. The viewing platform has a direct view of Capitol Hill, a great location...
The shape of the seven-story building itself is a little like a book, which is introduced around the idea of "news is important, journalists are great" (well, it's a bit awkward indeed). In fact, the biggest highlight should be the top floor, overlooking the whole and West Farnia Avenue, which is the only way for the President to take office, and there are also some studios adorned with it.