International Spy Museum
Museum, Science Museum
- Investigate over 200 spy gadgets: bugs, invisible-ink writing kits, camera-carrying pigeons, pistols disguised as lipstick holders, shoe phones and poison-tipped umbrellas.
- Every summer The Spy Museum hosts an Espionage Camp for kids ages 10-13. Kids get to build 'intelligence files', meet real spies and forensic scientists, head out on a surveillance missions & more.
- The museum opened on July 19, 2002 and is the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage that has shaped history and continues to have a significant impact on world events.
- Washingtons countless museums equals countless museum shops. The International Spy Museum boastes spy gadget, disguises and espionage-related reading for kids, young and old. -- Green Guide Editor
- Visit this museum to pretend youre James Bond or to learn how the worlds best detectives handled their toughest jobs.
- I've never been there. You can't prove anything. It must have been someone else.
- Be sneaky ;-)
- Learn the story behind Argo, separate James Bond fact from fiction, and practice your decoding skills. The gift shop is stocked with invisible ink, bionic ears, thrillers and peel-and-stick mustaches.
- Definitely do operation spy! It's not just some game for kids, but a well designed and thought out interactive game, even for adults. It puts you in a spy mindset. Requires actual thinking. Worth it.
- What could a black umbrella have to do with the 1978 death of a journalist? Discover the sinister reality at this museum in the nations capital. As seen on Travel Channels Mysteries at the Museum.
- Checkout the Spy Store. Lots of cool stuff.
- Cost of admission versus experience? Priceless. Really need two full days here!
- My name is Gary Wozniak. I'm a Canadian teacher heading to Waipu, New Zealand on business for 90 days.
- The Museum features the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display. Check out this video for more info.
- Features the largest collection of international spy-related artifacts ever placed on public display.
- Kids 5 and under are free but note: No strollers, backpacks, or umbrellas are allowed. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
- the smcdc mission is a lot of fun
- Wow! This was fun. i did the basic tour, but I can't wait to go back and do the GPS mission with the older kids!!
- Visit the Spy Museum. Seeing some of the gadgets, tools, and electronics that spies have used was interesting. It was really fun for my kids to "discover" a rotary phone.
- You are being watched.