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The new International Spy Museum at L'Enfant Plaza is now open! With interactive exhibitions and installations, the foremost collection of spy artifacts in the world, and first-person accounts from top intelligence officers and experts, the...more
All reviews james bond cold war real spies interactive exhibits gift shop a lot of fun older kids all ages hands on activities great for kids two hours three hours on display espionage gadgets mission identity
This was a cool place to kill time. I really enjoyed the artifacts and some of the stories from actual spies. They do have a lot of cheesy stuff (kids seem to like it). If your looking for somewhere to go on rainy day or...More
Very advanced museum that is still kid friendly, I feel it’s hard to do both. Self guided tour each room had more and more information activities and videos to watch and everything was super interesting.
While this place is not huge (like so many other Washington DC Museums...), it's still packed with content. The only floors with exhibits are 4 & 5...but we ran out of time for those two in spite of our 3 hour visit. (The Lobby &...More
I was pleasantly surprised how much I learned here. Real life James Bond stuff, missions in Afghanistan, spies throughout history... you would expect that to be here, and it is. But there's also a lot about electronic snooping, double agents, traitors like Aldrich Ames, and...More
We came here for a visit and really enjoyed it. It is incredibly informative and interesting. It was also a lot of fun. There are several activities you can participate in that link to your secret identity you are issued when you arrive. This makes...More
We loved this fun museum. So much great information and so many fun activities. We spent about three hours exploring and solving mysteries. The museum was not crowded but we still had difficulty getting to try all the activities as many people just sat in...More
Tried finding a museum that was of interest to all in our group and this place fit the bill. It was interesting to see what devices were used for spying throughout the decades and the other players of the spy world.
This could have been a fun place to visit -- if you could see or get to any of the exhibits. There are so many people let in at once that you can't get near most of them to read the signs or try the...More