WASHINGTON - The Newseum, which is located on the Pennsylvania Avenue parade route in Washington, plans to offer a special package for viewing the next presidential inauguration.
The museum about journalism and the First Amendment is announcing plans Wednesday for a special Inauguration Day package.
For $100, visitors will be able to view the inauguration on the museum's giant screen, visit the museum and watch the parade. The Newseum's outdoor terraces will be reserved for TV networks and other journalists covering the inauguration and won't be open to the public.
The Inauguration Day packages will go on sale to Newseum members on Nov. 8 at 9 a.m. and on Nov. 15 at 9 a.m. to the general public. They can be purchased online or at the Newseum admission desk.
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