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The Newseum dazzles and delights with exhibits designed with future journalists in mind. Kids can deliver the weather forecast in front of a green screen, get critiqued by a professional photojournalist after snapping photos of a news scene and view front page stories from all over the globe. Visit www.newseum.org to plan your visit.
The International Spy Museum is always a hit with older children and parents alike. It explores the history of espionage with interactive exhibits and an hour-long program for visitor's ages 12 & up. Visit www.spymuseum.org for further information.
The National Museum of Crime & Punishment is one of the hottest attractions in Washington, DC. Groups can explore the technology and science behind fighting and solving crimes, celebrate the heroes of law enforcement, and discover the dark side of the criminal mind through this intensely interactive experience. The NMCP includes a crime scene lab and the filming studios for America's Most Wanted with host John Walsh. For more information, visit www.crimemuseum.org.
Have you ever wanted to sit at the President's Desk in the Oval Office? How would you like to personally congratulate America's 44th Commander in Chief, Barack Obama? Listen to Martin Luther King Jr. deliver his "I Have a Dream" speech? Or simply see if you were taller than George Washington? Well now there's a place in Washington, DC where you can do it all - Madame Tussauds Washington, DC - where you will be able to touch, see, and hear major historical events and celebrities in a way unlike any other Washington, DC attraction. Madame Tussauds is located within walking distance of the National Mall and the White House on the corner of 10th & F Streets, NW. For more information, visit www.madametussaudsdc.com