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If you’re not an immediate member of the Obama clan or planning to sit in front of a television, you will probably need to choose between attending the United States presidential inauguration—the parade (on Pennsylvania Avenue) and the actual inaugural address (at the Capitol).
The Newseum, the world’s most interactive museum, is conveniently located on the parade route and will offer a sweeping view of the festivities on January 20. Advance tickets for the parade viewing here are no longer available, but there are some walk-up tickets remaining if you’d like to watch the address indoors.
By Demetria L. Lucas