Field Trips

The International Spy Museum holds the largest collection of spy-related artifacts on public view in the world.

Our mission is to educate the public about espionage in an engaging way and to provide a context that fosters understanding of its important role in and impact on current and historic events. Using espionage as a lens to view traditional curriculum, the Museum provides unique programs and resources for both students and educators.

Reserve group admission for ten (10) or more people to receive special group rates, have an exclusive welcome from a Museum Operative and gain select access to the exhibition.

The following terms and conditions apply:

Customize your visit with add-on experiences including Student Workshops, Operation Spy, Spy in the City, and Spy City Tours bus tour.

Exclusive Group Benefits & Key Information

  • Special group rates
  • Exclusive welcome from a Museum Operative
  • Bypass admission lines
  • Gain immediate access to the exhibition
  • Dedicated Bus Loading and Drop-off zone
  • Complimentary Admission for Tour Leader and Driver
  • Recommended length of visit: 1.5 - 2 hours
  • Located within two blocks of all metro lines, four blocks away from the National Mall

Student Workshops

Complement your visit to the Museum with a hands-on workshop that meets national curriculum standards. Each workshop has accompanying pre-visit materials and takes place in the Museum's private classroom.

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Operation Spy

Think of it as a live action spy adventure. Only you're the spy. This one-hour, adrenaline-fueled mission is no exhibit. Don't screw up!

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Spy in the City

You’ve qualified for the mission. Now see the city as a spy by taking a GPS-guided tour of DC and its neighborhoods.It’s your chance to explore the spy capital of the world.

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Spy City Tours

Washington, DC. Cradle of democracy. Stomping ground of politicians. Home to over 10,000 spies, and some of the most notorious cases in the history of covertness.

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