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Obama on the (Really) Big Screen

In case the 21 Jumbotrons on the National Mall won't be enough for you to watch Barack Obama's inauguration, here's a chance to see him in another larger than life setting: The Navy Memorial’s Naval Heritage Center, at 701 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, will broadcast the inaugural ceremony live on a 46-foot x 16-foot high definition screen. Admission costs $30, which includes a boxed lunch from Organic to Go, and civilians and military personnel are welcome. Proceeds will benefit the non-profit Navy Memorial. Call (202) 380-0733 or visit the Web site for tickets and more information.

By David A Nakamura  |  January 14, 2009; 5:36 PM ET  | Category:  Swearing-in Ceremony
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Sounds nice but can you see the parade at all from that site since its on the parade route?

Posted by: Floydbeee | January 14, 2009 6:29 PM | Report abuse

Just registered for this. It has free in and out privledges until 5:30pm. So I will give outdoors a chance and if that doesnt work I can always go inside and watch it. Anyone else going to this? I better lock something up because I don't see the PIC doing anything.

Posted by: Floydbeee | January 14, 2009 7:25 PM | Report abuse

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