Are you a Bond fan, dear yec.com reader? Or perhaps you like everything cloak and dagger, from mystery thriller novels to hard boiled spy fiction from the pen of Sheldon and Le Care? Well, you’re in luck: if you ever happen to find yourself visiting Washington D.C., you’ll have a unique chance to visit the International Spy Museum!
The museum is privately owned and dedicated to espionage, with the largest collection of artifacts related to spies and their trade. It has several permanent exhibitions and uniquely interesting artifacts; recently it housed an exhibition dedicated to Bond villains, but it also has plenty of real world artifacts.
Sections of the museum are: Covers and Legends (about secret identities), School for Spies (that covers training and skills), The Secret History of History (different spy missions) and Spies Among Us (about celebrity spies).
The museum also has an interactive program called Operation Spy, where you can become a spy for an hour and solve different puzzles and riddles in order to fulfill your objective.