Formerly a fixture in DC’s Downtown neighborhood, the International Spy Museum has moved to a new facility in L’Enfant Plaza, located in the Southwest Waterfront. The state-of-the-art museum offers enough spy-related intrigue and interactive fun to fill an entire day. The museum is open from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily.
The International Spy Museum is Open New safety measures are in place including capacity limitations, social distancing guidelines, mask requirements, and enhanced cleaning protocols. Advance ticket purchase is recommended. General Admission Ticket Types
Jan 22, 2021 · DC’s International Spy Museum will reopen on January 23, a day after select Phase Two activities are allowed to resume. The museum will temporarily institute a new schedule, welcoming visitors only from Friday to Sunday.
The new spy museum, whether it intends to be or not, is a museum of 20th-century history (with the same spillover). Best of all, however, it tells you what it’s like to be a spy . Or a handler.
Greetings Agent PerksAdvisor_NYC, Thank you for coming back to visit the new International Spy Museum! We also love our new home at L'Enfant Plaza and agree there is a lot more to see and do. We hope you come back again soon. Kia H. Operations International Spy Museum 202.393.7798 email@example.com
- 700 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Washington DC, 20024, District of Columbia
May 13, 2019 · May 13, 2019 The new International Spy Museum by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners opened on May 12 at L'Enfant Plaza in Washington, DC after leaving its former home in Penn Quarter in January....
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MISSION ALERT - The International Spy Museum is open to the public with new hours! The Museum will be open for weekends ONLY (Fridays through Sundays) and on holidays (January - February). Fri., 10AM-6:00PM Sat., 9AM-8PM Sun., 9AM-6PM The Museum plans to resume daily operations on March 1.
The International Spy Museum presents the ingenuity and imagination of real-life spies with the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display. Spanning the history of espionage around the globe, many of these artifacts have never before been seen by the public.
The newly redesigned International Spy Museum offers visitors a look at the thrilling world of espionage, complete with Cold War-era gadgets and James Bond exhibits. But beneath the Hollywood ...