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International Spy Museum, Washington DC

Dive into the thrilling world of international espionage at the International Spy Museum in Washing DC.

Dive into the thrilling world of international espionage at the International Spy Museum in Washing DC. The collection of over 750 artifacts traces the history of espionage from the Greek and Roman empires through the British Empire, the American Revolutionary War, the American Civil War, World Wars, the Cold War, and to the present day. On display are sophisticated gadgets, KGB lipstick pistols, miniature buttonhole cameras, fountain pen cameras, cipher machines, tobacco pipe pistols, Bulgarian umbrellas, vehicles, camouflage kits, concealed bugs, radio transmitters in shoe heels, invisible-ink letters, and disguised weapons. Get a peak into code-making and code-breaking operations, and understand how to create, break and hide coded messages. The Spy Museum also has a section dedicated to Bond villains.























About International Spy Museum

 800 F Street Northwest, Washington, DC, United States

 +1 202 393-779


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