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Jessica K.
Report | 14 days ago
It takes about two hours to get through the museum, and lots of reading. My 13 year old loved it, even with the amount of reading involved. Not really for kids much younger (unless they have a great attention span).
David H.
Report | 17 days ago
More for an older crowd. The explanation of espionage techniques seems to end in the 70's. Not much new after that time period for possibly obvious reasons - they are still in use?!
Jack E.
Report | 18 days ago
Take your time and make sure you don't miss any exhibits
Paul D.
Report | 20 days ago
Be prepared to be amazed. The SPY is fantastic. I will definately be returning when our family comes to town.
Frances R.
Report | 20 days ago
Better to go during the week. We went on a Saturday and it was quite crowded. Check prices for special programs. Can be expensive for a family. We were pleased with the coverage of "spying" and the layout. Allow plenty of time for your visit. Don't miss the George Washington letter. A prized possession.
Paola G.
Report | 22 days ago
A lot of reading, but awesome for Bond fans. I would go again, especially for a special exhibit or event.
Paula B.
Report | 22 days ago
Visit on a Sunday. There is plenty of free street side parking within a 10 minute walk.
Sandra H.
Report | 23 days ago
Plan enough time. There is a lot to see, and read. Kids need some guidance understanding some of it. Our kids are 8 and 10, they loved it!
Lori C.
Report | 25 days ago
Not great for kids under 8 yo
Shanell M.
Report | a month ago
Expect to spend a hour or 2 there, a lot of cool stuff and activities in each room.
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Although its exhibits trace spycraft back to the Revolutionary War, the bulk of the Spy Museum's artifacts come from the golden age of espionage: the Cold War. Marvel at lipstick-tube pistols and cameras disguised as pigeons before touring the exploits of James Bond in the Exquisitely Evil exhibit. Two interactive missions, meanwhile, plunge visitors into their own spy missions—within the museum or the city at large.

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