This was a very interesting museum. You will learn more than they teach you in school and the information is objective. The staff were very friendly.
In Washington, the capital of the former spy capital, the museum, which is close to the FBI, opened in 2002, but the core is closed.
The International Spy Museum in Washington has relocated. The sense of technology has been further enhanced, and many physical exhibitions have been added. Including the very cattle equipment, communication tools, vehicles and firearms props at the time. very funny.
Many museums in Washington do not require tickets, but the museum's tickets sell for more than 20 knives. To be honest, unless it is a spy fan or a small partner who is very interested in the history of American spies, it is impossible to think that the price is a bit expensive. In addition, due to language barriers (Ignore in English), and the lack of understanding of American history, the museum's interest level is discounted. There are a lot of interactive projects, for example, you will be able to see the picture. When you are a spy, you may find your device, etc., and the light will display the answer. There are also some physical and code analysis tests to see if you can become a qualified spy. There are some old spy tools in the world. Due to the influence of modern high-tech movies, it doesn't look so cool now. The last souvenir shop can buy a lot of souvenirs, including the system mentioned in the dog droppings, which is drunk.
I really like this museum. The layout is very good and contains a lot of information! It tells us that anything in the world is not what it looks like! It will let you think about what the world leaders have revealed to the public and what they have hidden. I am completely fascinated by these exhibits. You will stay here for more than three hours without knowing it!