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This is a another great museum! If you are a spy nerd and are fascinated by espionage and intellegence gathering, this is the museum for you. The museum store is fun too.
We went on a rainy morning which was perfect, had a lot of interactive exhibits, lots of artifacts and history too. Lots of fun!
My parents were in town and wanted to visit the Spy Museum. I just recently joined History and I was thrilled to find discount admission. I was happy to know that I had an email copy of my tickets on my smart phone because I accidentally left the printed hard copy at home. No problem! We had a wonderful time and my father was delighted with the whole museum experience. Thank you for a very memorable day!
The spy museum was incredible. Seeing how the invisible side of our security works was a unique experience. I strongly recommend a visit when in Washington DC
The visit to the International Spy Museum was enjoyable, educational, and a bit overwhelming. We had a wonderful time and would recommend the museum to our friends.
Very crowded during the time we went, but enjoyed the experience.
Great to pre-purchase tickets...they were simple to redeem at the museum. Nice museum, definitely for older children and teens. The James Bond display was fun for the parents, but again I would rate that subject matter for teens (video clips included gory scenes, and the "Bond Women" are always less than modestly dressed). Lots of interesting "spy-craft artifacts" and stories, all geared to be enjoyed by someone who is a proficient reader. Nice museum lay-out, with easy access to nearby Metro. Fun gift shop!
The ticket in the entrance was cheaper than the fair we payed in Viator. Nice experiance
Was quite good. Seemed more JAMES BOND Museum than an overall SPY Museum. But good nevertheless.
very good, though why so much james bond referencing? it was everywhere!