Obama to attend dedication of African American museum

Last Updated: September 9, 2016

Barack Obama and Michelle Obama planned to attend the Sept. 24 ceremony of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The dedication ceremony has already is in the schedule of the first lady and president, assured the Office. The Obamas attended also the groundbreaking ceremony in 2012.

President Obama and his spouse Michelle will be the guests of the dedication ceremony at the African American History and Culture. The VIP-guests will be joined by former president George W. Bush and Laura Bush; Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.

The ceremony will be easily seen from the grounds of the Washington Monument, next to the museum. The city authorities will offer for the public viewing platforms and Jumbotrons. The African American History and Culture Museum planned to be opened at 1 p.m, right after the formal ceremony.