At the International Spy Museum, learn about over 200 spy gadgets including weapons, “bugs,” buttonhole cameras and invisible ink. Discover how Hollywood has helped develop disguise techniques for the CIA. And learn which pro-ballplayer and Oscar-winning director were spies among us. Kids love adopting a cover identity, testing their skills of observation and even climbing through ductwork to spy on fellow museumgoers. In the new hour-long “Operation Spy” program, kids ages 12 and up can decrypt a secret audio conversation, crack a safe, and conduct a polygraph test of a suspect agent in an intriguing adventure based on an actual case drawn from U.S. intelligence files.
Recent Traveler Reviews
The Undercover Mission was not working!
I very much echo the review of 988debbies. Sounds like we were there the same day as she was, Friday, May 17. The undercover mission/briefing center/debriefing center is one of the highlights of the...
Interesting, but many interactive exhibits not working
We were enthusiastically greeted outside the front doors, and once we entered the lobby. It’s important to know that the new museum just opened 5 days ago. There are many exhibits located on two...