News isn't just for adults, not when there is an incredible museum in Washington DC like Newseum!
Newseum makes news FUN for kids, through the numerous galleries that showcase news through the ages. Many of the exhibits are fully interactive, so kids will be able to experience current events and historic events through fun activities and means.
The museum if dedicated to free expression, and with seven (yes SEVEN) levels of galleries and theaters, there is a lot to see and do! In fact, it's considered one of the most interactive museums in the entire world - now THAT is an achievement!
Kids can trace through the evolution of the electronic communication too, and how news was found and told. They can learn all about the birth of radio, right through to Twitter and social media being used to report the news.
The topics of the exhibits range greatly, so kids can really have a expansive educational experience during their time at Newseum. They can learn all about the Civil Rights movement, as well as see an actual piece of the Berlin Wall, and learn why it was pulled down (and created in the first place!)
The world's first satellite truck that changed the way breaking news was reported can be seen in the galleries, and there is even an exhibit on Presidents and their pets!
A touching memorial that can't be missed at Newseum is the 9/11 exhibit, where you can actually see a piece of the tower.
It's worth seeing the gallery of "front pages" too, where you can see front pages of national newspapers from all over the world - from the day you visit!
A truly fascinating and exciting experience for kids, where the exhibits will capture their attention, and allow them to learn in a fun and interactive way.