"Women, Their Rights and Nothing Less," investigates the suffragists' pioneering use of the free press and the other First Amendment freedoms. Explore more than 250 primary sources in three interactives to see how and why movement participants dared to challenge the status quo.
Free student admission for Washington-area school groups is co-sponsored by WTOP 103.5 and The Washington Post.
Another world of learning awaits as students explore 15 galleries, 15 theaters and dozens of displays and interactive spaces. Book a visit, learn about policies and procedures, and find helpful tips on planning your trip.
In the Newseum’s hands-on laboratory and classroom, educators can select various learning experiences and pick the lessons that suit their students’ needs and interests. Learning Center classes meet national standards of learning and are taught by educators with experience in history and journalism.
The Newseum provides teachers with online lesson plans designed to engage students and enhance classroom learning.
The Newseum offers interactive, experiential team-building activities for groups of all ages. Debate, role play and work together to explore history’s biggest headlines, the inner workings of a newspaper or the foundations of the five freedoms.
See why the Newseum’s 15 galleries, 15 theaters and dozens of displays and interactive spaces makes it the preferred learning ground for students and teachers.
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