International Spy Museum
- All entrance fees included
- Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
- Family friendly
- Instant Confirmation
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Browse themed rooms, enjoy interactive activities and hear real stories about past spy missions. In the School For Spies™ gallery, trace more than 50 years of spy technology developed by agencies from the OSS to the KGB, some of which is still in use today.
Travel back through the centuries and uncover tales of famous men and women who unexpectedly doubled as undercover agents, such as Josephine Baker and Julia Child!
Through 2014, you can immerse yourself in the museum’s latest addition, ‘Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains,’ commemorating 50 years of James Bond films. On display, see exclusive vehicles, props and costumes on loan from the original production company, many of which are on public display for the first time!
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Select Thursdays, the museum will be open 9am - 9pm:
March 20, 2014
March 27, 2014
April 3, 2014
April 10, 2014
April 17, 2014
April 24, 2014
May 1, 2014
May 8, 2014
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International Spy Museum
- Admission ticket to Washington DC's International Spy Museum
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Please note: photography/videography, food, drink, chewing gum, smoking, use of mobile telephones and strollers are not permitted
School for Spies: This section provides an introduction to the world of espionage and describes many of the skills and tools essential to be a successful spy. It explores the different motivations that lead people into the clandestine world, and shows how they are recruited and trained.
The Secret History of Spying: This series of galleries chronicles the history of spying from ancient times to the early 20th century. It explores such phenomena as the institutionalization of spying in the early years of the Soviet Union and traces the rise of espionage technology, such as spy photography. It also examines the role that women have played in espionage and reveals well-known historical figures who were also spymasters, including George Washington and author Daniel Defoe.
Spies Among Us: These exhibits, films and videos examine espionage through World War II, showcasing real-life spy stories. They explore the role of code-making and code-breaking operations and teach various ways to create, break and hide coded messages through interactive exhibits. An exhibit on celebrities includes singer Josephine Baker, chef Julia Child, movie director John Ford and actress Marlene Dietrich.
Reviewed by: Conny, United States of America, October 2015
Very interesting visit.
Reviewed by: Agnes G, September 2015
We enjoyed our visit and learned lots of new things. It sure makes you stop and wonder when you are walking down the streets of DC who may be a spy. Fantastic museum.