National Museum of Crime & Punishment Shows Summer Love to Residents with "6 After 6" Locals-Only Discount This summer, the National Museum of Crime & Punishment. (Blogger note: Admission is normally $20 for walk in and $18 for online sales.)
(NMCP) wants to thank those who call D.C. home by offering the
"6 After 6" locals-only discount to residents of DC, MD, and VA.
Starting June 5th, all local residents with proper ID will receive $6 admission to the museum after 6:00 PM, seven days a week.
Offer is not valid with any other coupons or discounts. Offer is
first-come-first-served and is not valid through web ticketing or
will-call purchases. Good for up to six people (all must be local
The discounted admission price offers guests access to interact
with a realistic forensics lab, create ID cards and fingerprinting,
and use a lie detector test. Visitors to the museum will also
experience first-hand the skills necessary to fight crime through
such interactive components as a simulated FBI shooting range
and high-speed police chase simulators. Artifacts include J. Edgar
Hoover's badge, John Dillinger's car, the 1967 Hollywood film
"Death Car" of Bonnie and Clyde, and the collections of Poncho
Villa and Jesse James.