International Spy Museum Tours
About International Spy Museum, Washington D. C.
The USA is home to some of the wackiest places on earth and the International Spy Museum in Washington is certainly one of them. One thing is for certain, you will be exposed to the ultimate spy experience here. From secret identities and code words to guns and gadgets, the place is full of eccentric exhibits from the world of espionage.
There is a section on Bond villains that is a must-visit whether you are a fan of the popular franchise or not. It takes you through the diabolical ways of these evil personas. You can see over a 100 objects that belong to the sets of bond films too. If you are less of the see and more of the do types, try out one of their spy experiences where you actually get to be the spy and try your hand at being suave like the heroes of your favourite movies. It is certainly a fun and intriguing experience.
International Spy Museum Information
- The timings of the museum vary greatly so please check before you visit.
How To Get To International Spy Museum by Public Transport
- F St NW
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Address: 800 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004, United States
Ticket Price: 20 USD
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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One of the most amazing places I've been too. Great information and very inspiring tools. The museum is divided into specific sections which is great and makes it easy for us to understand everything. They also have small games and activities throughout the museum which make it more interesting. We also did an additional spy game, which is a 60min game where 15 players are locked in a room and expected to solve a mission as a team. The members we had were of different age groups and also involved a kid of young teenagers, who were very hyper. Hence, my suggestion is only register for this is you have a large group yourself. Overall, one of the best places I visited in DC.
This museum is pricey, but it's a blast for everyone -- kids, especially! Lots of surprisingly robust historical exhibits as well as the just-for-fun stuff you'd expect. Also, a great gift shop waiting for you downstairs (no admission required!). Recommended to visit at least once -- but with such a high price tag, it may not be worth too many more visits after that.
This museum is top notch! There are lots of great exhibits displaying cool and unique information about the spy world. In addition, the interactive challenges make the visiting experience very memorable and fun. The staff members were very helpful too. There is a lot to take in, so a whole visit could be around three hours. I would highly recommend!
Very cool spot. Multiple floors and lots and lots of things to see. They even have James Bond's Aston Martin DB5! There was a nice sized section devoted to 007. Oh, and this place has some activities one can do sprinkled throughout the museum. One thing though, they should really offer more variety of 007 merchandise in the gift shop.
Love this museum. It is interactive (you get an identity and test your own spy skills as you explore the museum). It has history as well as gadgets to teach you about the true spies who have helped shape our country. I was a little surprised when I took some younger kids I realized movies have ruined this topic for them. They wanted to see the stuff they had seen in Agent Cody Banks and Bond movies so the real stuff seemed boring to them. They did enjoy the interactive portion but blew through a few of the exhibits b/c they weren't exciting enough.
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