How much does it cost to go to the Spy Museum?
Tickets to the International Spy Museum
|General Admission Ticket Type||Online Price/Walk-up Price|
|Adults (ages 12-64)||$20.95/$22.95|
|Senior (ages 65+), Military, Fire & Law Enforcement||$14.95/$16.95|
|Youths (ages 7-11)||$14.95/$14.95|
|Children age 6 & under||FREE|
What Metro stop is the Spy Museum?
L’Enfant Plaza stop
The International Spy Museum is accessible by Washington, DC’s Metrorail system. The closest Metro station is the L’Enfant Plaza stop, served by the BLUE, ORANGE, SILVER, YELLOW, and GREEN lines.
Did they move the Spy Museum?
The museum opened in 2002 in the Penn Quarter neighborhood of Washington, D.C. and relocated to L’Enfant Plaza in 2019.
Where is the International Spy Museum in Washington DC?
The new International Spy Museum is located in the heart of L’Enfant Plaza, just south of the Smithsonian Castle on the National Mall and directly across from the United States Postal Service Headquarters in Southwest Washington, DC.
Where is the parking near the Spy Museum?
Metered parking is available on 10th Street, SW, near the Museum. The Ace L’Enfant Plaza parking garage also has handicapped parking. The closest Metro station is L’Enfant Plaza (Green, Yellow, Orange, Blue, and Silver lines).
When did spy in the city museum start?
In the spring of 2009, the museum began an interactive called Spy in the City where visitors are given a GPS -type device and tasked with finding clues near various landmarks in the area surrounding the museum, for the purposes of fulfilling a mission of obtaining the password for a secret weapon.
How many countries are in the International Spy Museum?
The new International Spy Museum journeys well beyond the Western focus of its first iteration. In total, 39 countries are featured in the museum, with spies from Asia, Europe and the Middle East all showcased. New exhibits also go into much deeper detail regarding the science, technology and analysis used in spycraft.