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International Spy Museum

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800 F St NW
Washington, DC 20004

 (202) 393-7798

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"Also, the city has awesome museums, including the International Spy Museum, Smithsonian, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum."  See More

"The best paid museums are the Newseum (which has a huge piece of the Berlin wall and a radio tower from 9/11) and the International Spy Museum."  See More

"All of the monuments (1); Smithsonian museums -- any flavor (2); Mt Vernon in Alexandria VA (3), International Spy Museum (4) Newseum"  See More

"National Zoological Park to see panda bears, Great Falls National Park, VA to see waterfalls (you won't believe how spectacular they are), Baltimore Aquarium, International Spy Museum- there is a charge, Old Town Alexandria for shopping, eating, etc."  See More

"Prioritize your 2-3 favorites, including the Smithsonians, so you won't miss out, and go early if you are interested in those that require tickets (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, National Museum of Crime & Punishment, International Spy Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art)."  See More

"In the other direction, head towards the International Spy Museum which is really cool (and fun for kids - especially the spy missions - they say they are for older kids, but my girls love it at age 10)."  See More

"I would definitely recommend the Newseum and the International Spy Museum, in that order."  See More

"The Newseum and the International Spy Museum are both interesting, but also cost money to enter."  See More

"Another breakfast spot is actually at the International Spy Museum."  See More

"If you haven't already, be sure to check out the Newseum and the International Spy Museum in Gallery Place & Metro Center."  See More

"People seem to like the Newseum and the International Spy Museum."  See More

"International Spy Museum right after having an incredible pizza"  See More

"Totally depends on what you like to do. For museums, I second The Phillips Collection which is in the embassy row area near Dupont Circle. It's a cool area anyway with a lot of great eateries. I like BGR the Burger Joint, but there's lots to choose from. Go to Georgetown. You can see the Old Stone House which is the oldest building in DC (free and takes 5 minutes to tour), shop, eat, and do a chocolate tour. Walk to the Key Bridge and check out the Key Bridge Boathouse (>"  See More

"Unfortunately, I don't get to eat out there much, but the Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant (next to the International Spy Museum) is nice for business or pleasure."  See More

"My girls LOVE the International Spy Museum and have done their extra secret mission thing."  See More

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