The Washington DC Spy MuseumWith the self-proclaimed "largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display," the International Spy Museum in Washington DC is a true sight to see! Dedicated to apolitically educating people about the integral role espionage has played throughout world history, and continues to play today, the museum aims to demystify the craft of cover, while engaging and intriguing visitors of all ages through hands-on, interactive exhibits.
Spy Museum tickets are priced as followsAdults (Ages 18-64) - $19.95
Seniors (Ages 65+), Military, Law Enforcement - $15.95
Youths (Ages 7-17) - $14.95
Children (Ages 6 & Under) - FREE!
DetailHours Varies and can be found here http://www.spymuseum.org/hours
Calendar of events can be found http://www.spymuseum.org/events
What are the Spy Museum's hours?
- 9am-7pm, July - September 2nd;
- 10am-6pm, September 3rd - November 21st;
- 9am-8pm, November 23rd & 24th;
- 10am-6pm, November 25th - December 23rd;
- 10am-4pm, December 24th;
- 9am-8pm, December 26 - 30th;
- 9am-6pm, December 31st
What is there to see in the Spy Museum?
All sorts of spy-related artifacts developed by the KGB and beyond are on display, from secret disguise techniques, to invisible ink, nearly invisible bugs, and buttonhole cameras. There are also extremely informative, interactive exhibits that put you both into the role of a spy, and unbeknownst victim of espionage.