Have a James Bond or Jason Bourne-obsessed dad? Take him to the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., for a most interesting and informative education about secret agents. Opened in 2002, the museum explores the craft, practice, history, and contemporary role of espionage through artifacts, exhibits, experiences, and events. Currently, visitors can learn about everything from creating and crafting covers to “The Secret History of History” to 50 years of Bond villains. Guests can also venture out on a GPS-guided spy tour of the city, or, for an additional fee, groups of up to 15 people (age 12+) can participate in a one-hour espionage-themed room escape called “Operation Spy!” Admission to the museum is $21.95 for adults ($28.95 with Operation Spy) and $15.95 for kids.