September 4, 2001
VISITING THE UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM’S PERMANENT EXHIBITION: IMMEDIATE ENTRY AVAILABLE FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND RETIREES
Immediate Entry Available For Government Employees and Retirees
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is pleased to announce a special opportunity for all federal, state and local government employees and retirees. (federal employees; U.S. Postal workers; members of the military; all retirees; District of Columbia government employees; and, all Maryland and Virginia state, local and municipal workers.)
From October 1, 2001 to March 1, 2002, they can enter the Museum’s acclaimed Permanent Exhibition at any time during Museum hours by presenting an official government ID or a CSA or CSF (retirement claim) number at the Museum’s pass desk (inside the 14th Street entrance to the Museum). An individual may bring up to four guests and there is no limit on the number of visits. No day or time restrictions apply, though passes must be used on the day they are issued.
Passes are NOT required for entering the Museum building or for taking advantage of its other offerings, which include the exhibitions Remember the Children: Daniel’s Story, Flight and Rescue, and Genocide Warning: Sudan. Other Museum resources include the Wexner Learning Center, Survivors Registry, and Library.
The Museum is located adjacent to the Mall, just south of Independence Ave., S.W., between 14th Street and Raoul Wallenberg Place (formerly 15th Street), and is open daily from 10 am to 5:30 p.m. (Visitors must enter the Permanent Exhibition by 3:45 p.m.) The Museum is closed on Yom Kippur (September 27, 2001) and Christmas Day. For additional information, contact the Museum at (202) 488-0448.