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Think no one is watching? Think again. The International Spy Museum pays tribute to the all-but invisible profession that has helped to shape history and impact world events. Opened in 2002, the... Read More
Think no one is watching? Think again. The International Spy Museum pays tribute to the all-but invisible profession that has helped to shape history and impact world events. Opened in 2002, the museum is the only one of its kind in the world and features the largest collection of international espionage artifacts on display. Fans of the James Bond movies will get to see movie props such as the Aston Martin DBS from "Goldfinger" and Jaws' teeth from "Moonraker." Young kids will also have fun by testing their spy skills on several computer games and climb through duct work while on a secret mission. While spies are told to deny everything, you will want to tell others you have been here. METRO: Gallery Place/Chinatown
- Daily 9am-7pm
- Hours May Vary Seasonally
- General Admission Adult $18; Senior (65+) $17; Military $17; Child (5-11) $15; Child (0-4) Free
Operation Spy Admission Adult (12+) $14
Combination Admission (12+) $25
Spy At Night Adult (18+) $20
- Best for Things to Do with Kids Because: If you kids like to pretend to be secret agents or have seen the Bourne and Bond movies, this is the place for your family.
- Best for Museums Because: If you love watching the Bourne and Bond movies or just enjoy hearing about true tales of secrecy, this is the place for you.