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  • The International Spy Museum, a 501(c)(3) private non-profit, operates completely independent of tax money or government fnding. Your visit supports the Museum’s research, exhibitions, and educational programming.

    SPYMUSEUM.ORG

    700 L’Enfant Plaza, SW • Washington, DC 20024 202.393.7798 or 1.866.SPYMUSEUM

    The International Spy Museum features the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display. These artifacts illuminate the work of spies and espionage operations as well as help bring to life the strategies and techniques of the people behind some of the most secretive missions in world history.

    [ EXHIBIT GUIDELINES ] All visits are self-guided. A two-three hour time frame is recommended. Flash photography, food, and beverages are not permitted in the exhibits. Cloakroom and lockers are available to store strollers and personal items. Baby backpacks are available to borrow. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

    [ ACCESS ] The Museum is fully ADA accessible. Please see the Information Desk for more details.

    [ MUSEUM HOURS ] Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. For the most up-to-date information visit SPYMUSEUM.ORG or call 202.393.7798.

    [ MEMBERSHIP ] As a MEMBER OF THE INNER CIRCLE, you have exclusive access to the Museum along with discounts and special invites to parties, lectures, and screenings. SPYMUSEUM.ORG/MEMBERSHIP

    [ VOLUNTEER ] Join our team and help us provide an unforgettable experience to all visitors in a dynamic, immersive, and fun environment. SPYMUSEUM.ORG/VOLUNTEER

    [ PROGRAMS ] Take your visit a step further and attend one of our exciting and unique public programs. Check SPYMUSEUM.ORG/CALENDAR for upcoming programs.

    [ SPY MUSEUM STORE ] The store features a unique and diverse selection of merchandise that mirrors the Museum’s presentation of the tradecraft and history of espionage.

    [ PRIVATE EVENTS ] When it comes to creating a memorable event, nothing beats the skyline views, spacious ballroom, and roof deck. For information about hosting a private event, email EVENTS@SPYMUSEUM.ORG.

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    Private Event Space The Ballroom and landscaped Rooftop Terrace provide breathtaking, unparalleled panoramic views from the US Capitol and the Washington Monument to the Potomac River.

    5* Permanent ExhibitionSPYING BASICS Discover the people, skills, and tools on the ground and in the sky used to gather information and transform it into useful intelligence. Then find out how intelligence has been used throughout history to conduct covert actions.

    4* Permanent ExhibitionWHY SPY? Uncover spy stories that have shaped world history. Explore how spy agencies are used to counter internal threats—from traitors to terrorists. How much protection is enough? How much is too much?

    3 TheaterFrom tradecraft talks to spy seminars, lectures, and films, the theater offers opportunities to attend exclusive programming.

    2 Learning Center Hands-on workshops, simulation activities, teacher professional development, and dialogue with former spies extend and deepen the Museum’s educational mission.

    1* LobbyTicketing and cloakroom Spy Museum Store All the spy you can buy

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    COVER PHOTOGRAPHY: NIC LEHOUX, COURTESY OF ROGERS STIRK HARBOUR + PARTNERS (RSHP)

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  • BRIEFING CENTER Receive your UNDERCOVER MISSION badge and cover identity. Get a taste of the range of amazing spy artifacts you will see in the exhibits. Watch a five-minute film that introduces the shadow world of spying.

    EXHIBITS START [ ON 5TH FLOOR ]

    STEALING SECRETS Come face to face with spies and spymasters, gadget makers, scientists, and engineers from past and present. Take a closer look at hundreds of imaginative inventions used to steal secrets.

    MAKING SENSE OF SECRETS How does secret information get turned into useful intelligence? Try your hand at code-cracking, think like an analyst, and experience how decision-makers use intelligence.

    COVERT ACTION Discover the age-old techniques leaders use to secretly influence events abroad. Find out about covert mission failures and successes—from sabotage to lethal action.

    PIGEON WITH WWI CAMERA, 1914–1918

    ENIGMA MACHINE 1936–1945

    TROTSKY ASSASSINATION WEAPON, 1940

    GEORGE WASHINGTON LETTER, 1777

    ARTIFACT IMAGE

    CRIMINALIST KIT 1970s

    SPYING THAT SHAPED HISTORY How has spying shaped the world? Explore stories from the American Revolution to 21st century cyberwarfare. What happens when secrets are kept…and revealed? Hear what real spies think about on-screen spies.

    AN UNCERTAIN WORLD How do spy agencies protect against threats at home? What happens when they go too far? Delve into spy tales from Renaissance Venice to Cold War Berlin.

    DEBRIEFING CENTER Receive your UNDERCOVER MISSION conclusion and performance debrief that summarizes your top spy skills.

    Your UNDERCOVER MISSION badge lets you track your performance on 16 digital and physical interactives spread throughout the exhibits.

    You can test your spy skills at every station—some will also give you new intel for your secret mission. You can do as many activities as you like—and go in any order. To find out how well you did on your mission and discover your top two spy skills, stop by the final exhibit area. To receive a complete debrief, along with your disguise photo, you can either enter your e-mail there OR go online and enter your badge number directly into the Museum's website.

    UNDERCOVER

    An Uncertain World

    Operation Spy Spying That Shaped History

    TO SPY STORE & LOBBY

    Debriefing

    SPYING IN WWII

    TOP SECRET

    CYBER: THE NEW

    BATTLEFIELD

    INTERROGATION CONFRONTING TERRORISTS

    COLD WAR BERLIN

    THE SPY NEXT DOOR

    TURNCOATS & TRAITORS

    LICENSE TO THRILL

    WHY SPY? THEATER

    SPYING IN THE

    MARKETPLACE

    FATEFUL FAILURES

    BRIEFING FILM

    SPIES & SPYMASTERS

    LOOKING, LISTENING, SENSING

    ANALYSIS

    CODES

    DECISION ROOM

    TOOLS OF THE TRADE

    Briefing

    Stealing Secrets

    Covert Action

    EXIT TO LEVEL 4

    EXHIBITS CONTINUE

    Making Sense of Secrets

    CHECK IN

    KEY

    SENSITIVE CONTENT

    RESTROOMS

    ELEVATORS

    INTERACTIVES

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    CHECK OUT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    START HERE

    TO SPY STORE & LOBBY

    BATHROOMS

    BATHROOMS

    EXIT HERE

    ENTER EXIT

    EXHIBITS CONTINUE [ ON 4TH FLOOR ]

    An Uncertain World

    Operation Spy Spying That Shaped History

    TO SPY STORE & LOBBY

    Debriefing

    SPYING IN WWII

    TOP SECRET

    CYBER: THE NEW

    BATTLEFIELD

    INTERROGATION CONFRONTING TERRORISTS

    COLD WAR BERLIN

    THE SPY NEXT DOOR

    TURNCOATS & TRAITORS

    LICENSE TO THRILL

    WHY SPY? THEATER

    SPYING IN THE

    MARKETPLACE

    FATEFUL FAILURES

    BRIEFING FILM

    SPIES & SPYMASTERS

    LOOKING, LISTENING, SENSING

    ANALYSIS

    CODES

    DECISION ROOM

    TOOLS OF THE TRADE

    Briefing

    Stealing Secrets

    Covert Action

    EXIT TO LEVEL 4

    EXHIBITS CONTINUE

    Making Sense of Secrets

    CHECK IN

    KEY

    SENSITIVE CONTENT

    RESTROOMS

    ELEVATORS

    INTERACTIVES

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    CHECK OUT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    START HERE

    TO SPY STORE & LOBBY

    BATHROOMS

    BATHROOMS

    EXIT HERE

    ENTER EXIT

    An Uncertain World

    Operation Spy Spying That Shaped History

    TO SPY STORE & LOBBY

    Debriefing

    SPYING IN WWII

    TOP SECRET

    CYBER: THE NEW

    BATTLEFIELD

    INTERROGATION CONFRONTING TERRORISTS

    COLD WAR BERLIN

    THE SPY NEXT DOOR

    TURNCOATS & TRAITORS

    LICENSE TO THRILL

    WHY SPY? THEATER

    SPYING IN THE

    MARKETPLACE

    FATEFUL FAILURES

    Briefing

    Making Sense of Secrets

    Stealing Secrets

    Covert Action

    EXIT TO LEVEL 4

    EXHIBITS CONTINUE

    BRIEFING FILM

    SPIES & SPYMASTERS

    LOOKING, LISTENING, SENSING

    ANALYSIS

    CODES

    DECISION ROOM

    TOOLS OF THE TRADE

    CHECK IN

    KEY

    SENSITIVE CONTENT

    RESTROOMS

    ELEVATORS

    INTERACTIVES

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    CHECK OUT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    EMERGENCY EXIT

    EMERGENCY EXIT