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Crime Museum Celebrates Four-Year Anniversary with Guest Festivities
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Crime Museum Celebrates Four-Year Anniversary with Guest Festivities

Guest speakers, an exhibit unveiling, and admission deals all top the special events hosted at the Museum


To celebrate the four-year anniversary of its opening, the Crime Museum is offering some unique offerings the latter half of May in appreciation to guests for the continued success the museum.

On May 22nd at 11:30AM, museum guests and members of the media are invited to attend the unveiling of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s temporary exhibit at the Crime Museum, Crimes Against Marine Mammals. The exhibit will feature artifacts and information related to illegal importation of marine mammal parts, as well as the harassment or killing of marine mammals, This exhibit is part of the 40th anniversary of the Marine Mammal Protection Act, established in 1972 by Congress, to protect all US marine mammals.

Then, on May 23rd, the museum’s anniversary date, the first 25 guests to the museum to state “Happy Anniversary!” at the admissions desk will receive free admission to the museum for the day.

“We’ve been fortunate to enjoy such great success as we continue to grow here in Washington,” said Janine Vaccarello, Chief Operating Officer of the museum. “Through our partnerships with so many community organizations, we feel like an important part of the D.C. tourism community, and we look forward to continued growth in the upcoming years.”

To learn more about anniversary festivities, visit http://www.crimemuseum.org/Anniversary.

About the Crime Museum

The Crime Museum opened its doors in 2008 with a mission to educate and provide guests memorable insight into our Nation’s history of crime and judicial system. The museum examines law enforcement, forensic science, crime scene investigation (CSI) and the consequences of committing a crime.  The museum is filled with over 100 interactives and highlights a fundamental commitment to capture the audience through an entertaining and educational experience.  The Crime Museum is located on 7th Street NW between E and F Streets in downtown Washington, D.C. at the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro (Arena exit). Learn more at www.crimemuseum.org.


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