Set reality aside and find your inner spy at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC.
It appears to be just another building at 800 F Street NW, but once you step through the doors you are in a different world entirely. The Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever shared with the public – and not a single display is boring. It’s history as you’ve never seen it before: equipment, cameras and strategies designed to both protect and destroy.
If real life espionage still isn’t enough for you, you’ll enjoy the special display on 50 years of James Bond villians. It includes details about the Bond films and the history surrounding the surreptitious battles played out in 007’s escapades. And when you’re ready to delve into the world of spying yourself, the interactive hour-long Operation Spy experience will put your espionage skills to the test.
Your ticket into this undercover world is $19.95 ($15.95 for seniors and $14.95 for those aged 7-11; children 6 and under are admitted at no cost). The Operation Spy experience is an additional $14.95. Visit Spy Museum for more information on current exhibits and special events.