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Visit the National Spy Museum in Washington D.C. and Find Out!


We all love a little mystery and intrigue and there’s a great way to get heaps of it – the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.! Along with the world’s largest collection of international espionage artifacts on public display, at the International Spy Museum you can learn just how useful you would be if you were embroiled into the dangerous and deceptive world of spies.

Feel free to visit the “Briefing Center” upon entrée, where you will be presented with your own, personal spy cover identity which you can use to test your skills throughout this captivating museum. Before you leave, be sure to stop by the “Debriefing Center” to see just how you did and find out if you have the makings for a spy!

Along your journey, you will be privy to riveting presentations by former spies, along with true spy stories. You’ll also be free to assess spy gadgets and inventions, code breaking artifacts, view exhibits about past and present spying techniques, and learn about covert missions that have shaped history around the world, how secrets are stolen and how to turn that secret information into useful intelligence. 

At the moment, the International Spy Museum accepts visitors at a reduced capacity in an effort to promote safety, so plan your trip in advance. You can also partake in virtual spy experiences and a 360 degree virtual tour of the museum from the comfort of your own home. Additionally, this unbelievably cool museum offers a virtual spy camp, where children from 9-13 years of age can test their spy skills with action-packed fun!

Gary Wells

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