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Washington International Spy Museum
International Spy Museum
800 F St. NW , Washington DC , 20004 202-393-7798
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Investigate the Innovative International Spy Museum

The only museum focused on espionage in the entire United States of America is just 1.5 miles from The Concordia's convenient central DC location. Check out all the cool interactive exhibits and films along with the multimedia gallery to learn all about the history of international spies. Discover the largest display artifacts anywhere, everything from sabotage weapons to cipher machines. And make sure to visit the Museum Store where you can snag a great souvenir.


Prices -

Adults: $21.95; Seniors (65+), Active Duty Military & Law Enforcement: $15.95; Youth (7-11): $14.95; Children (6 & under): Free.

Hours -

The Museum is open daily (except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day) 10:00 a.m. to 6:00. Hours are extended for spring break, summer, and holidays.


  • Dinner With a Spy
  • Operation: George Washington
  • Spooky SPY Family Night


  • Interactive Exhibits
  • Films
  • School for Spies
  • Multimedia Gallery
  • Photographs
  • Museum Store


  • Do I need to know about spies to enjoy myself?

    Not at all. The International Spy Museum provides a helpful overview when you arrive, including a briefing film which is combined with a tour of the School for Spies. You'll be introduced to the techniques and tools of the espionage trade through displays featuring surveillance and threat analysis.
  • Is this a good museum for kids?

    It most definitely is. All ages of children are welcome but those 10 years and older will really appreciate what the International Spy Museum has to offer. To get them ready for their adventure, hands-on activities are listed on the Spy Guide, which you can access online at http://www.spymuseum.org/.

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