While the Carnegie Library undergoes renovations in order to become D.C.’s second Apple store, the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., will need a new home.
According to an announcement made on Facebook, the organization will temporarily relocate to the Newseum for the next 12 to 18 months. Its library and collections will reopen to the public on September 19. Admission to the Historical Society will remain free.
To access the Historical Society, the public is asked to enter the Newseum’s Group Entrance, located on C Street NW. While there is no fee to enter, photo identification will be required.
• Announcement [Facebook]