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Washington, DC Skip-the-Line International Spy Museum Ticket

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Key Details
2 hours
Skip the Line
Mobile Voucher Accepted
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Wheelchair Accessible

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What You'll Do
  • Skip the line at the world’s only museum dedicated to the history and art of espionage
  • See over 600 artifacts from the world of spies - many on public display for the first time
  • Browse the well-stocked gift shop filled with gadgets, books, souvenirs, and apparel
Skip the line at the world’s largest espionage museum! Visit the International Spy Museum in Washington, D. C. Marvel at its interactive exhibits – including one dedicated to famous Bond villains – while you learn about the art and history of spycraft.
What to Expect
Skip the line at one of the most secretive museums in the world and enjoy priority admission! See this incredible museum without the hassle of queuing and experience its full range of interactive activities as you learn about the history of spying.

Through its interactive exhibits, short films, and hands-on elements, the International Spy Museum shows the development of espionage through those who practice the craft and helps visitors understand the role of intelligence-gathering in current world affairs.

The Museum’s permanent exhibition showcases the craft of espionage and the ingenuity of real-life spies and their masters. You’ll have the opportunity to choose a cover, break codes, identify spies in disguise, and become the subject of covert surveillance during your visit!

For a brush with the bad, stroll through the museum's newest exhibit, Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains. The exhibit features James Bond’s chief adversaries, their henchmen, lairs, and weapons, plus, more than 100 artifacts from the films. Interactive components to the exhibition abound, and for the first time ever, villains will be placed in historical context, enabling guests to explore how the evildoers and their plots have changed to reflect the times.

Other unique exhibits include The School for Spies, where you can learn how to become a spy, and The Secret History of History, which allows visitors to trace spycraft back to biblical times!
What's Included
  • Priority access - by-pass the outside queue and exchange your voucher for a ticket at the Information Desk
What's Not Included
  • Gratuities (optional)
Meeting Point

The International Spy Museum is located at 800 F St. NW in Washington, D. C. between 8th and 9th streets.

What to Remember
To enhance the experience for all guests, and to protect exhibits and artifacts, please note the following policies within all Museum exhibit areas: No photography/videography; no food, drink, or chewing gum; no smoking; no use of cellular/mobile telephones; and no strollers.

The use of baby slings or baby backpacks as an alternative to strollers is encouraged. Strollers may be stored in the cloak room located in the museum lobby before entering the exhibit areas. However, this room is not supervised and the Museum does not assume responsibility for lost or stolen items.

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