International Spy Museum

The Minox camera, an essential Cold War tool (Courtesy International Spy Museum)

International Spy Museum

Reopening at its new location May 12, site dedicated to the craft, practice and history of espionage around the world. Items like a WWII German Enigma cipher and an East German camera for seeing through walls. Exhibits on spy rings of World War II, Cold War spy games, intel training. “From Ballroom to Battlefield,” spy-tech tools, and “Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains,” more than 100 objects that trace crooks and secret lairs from the 23 Bond franchise films, both ongoing. “Operation Spy,” guests assume the role of a spy in this one-hour, adrenaline-fueled mission. Check website for hours and admission.

Address: 
700 L'Enfant Plaza SW
Washington, DC 20024
United States
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Map of International Spy Museum