I spy with my little eye… fun facts about the International Spy Museum! Located in Washington D.C., this museum is home to espionage and all things related to a career of a spy. First opened in 2002, it is home to many exhibits and artifacts. The museum’s collection includes objects from secret espionage missions throughout world history. The items are on loan from collectors in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Russia, and many more places.
Before you go to the museum, take a look at some unknown facts below to help plan for a great adventure.
- Book tickets ahead of time.
- Don’t visit during the holidays. This is an extremely busy time for the museum.
- Children are welcomed, but ages 10 and up will have the most fun during their experience.
- The museum is 64,000 square feet – schedule enough time to get the full affect of the exhibits.
For more information or to plan your trip, visit: www.spymuseum.org.