AAFP Foundation VIP Benefit
2014 VIP Benefit - Newseum and More
Enjoy VIP treatment and activities as you take in the history and magnificence of Washington, DC at the Newseum. The Newseum features 15 galleries exploring news history and major historical events such as the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. VIPs are free to tour the fascinating exhibits such as Tim Russert’s office, the Comcast 9/11 Gallery, Berlin Wall Gallery, and so much more.
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Knight Studio on Pennsylvania Avenue which has played host to numerous local and national broadcast events, including ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" and "Good Morning America," an NBC News interview with President-elect Barack Obama, major press conferences and NPR's "Talk of the Nation."
Enjoy exclusive access to the entire museum with special tours and breathtaking views of the National Mall and U.S. Capitol, followed by dinner created by internationally-acclaimed Wolfgang Puck Catering. You may extend your evening with a luxury moonlight tour of treasured national monuments dramatically-illuminated against the night sky (details below).
VIP Benefit Tickets: $250
VIP Benefit Tickets including Monuments by Moonlight: $300
Space is limited, so reserve your spot early for this exceptional night by contacting Erin Heffernan. Proceeds from this charitable event benefit the humanitarian, educational, and scientific programs of your AAFP Foundation.
Monuments by Moonlight
Board your luxury motor coach after dinner to embark on a tour of the monuments by moonlight. You will not want to leave Washington, DC without a seeing some of the most famous monuments and landmarks illuminated at night. Your tour guide will share fascinating facts as you view the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, White House, National Mall, US. Capitol Building & more.
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