Calling All Scouts: Come See What the International Spy Museum Has to Offer!

Our most popular option for scouts is the Museum’s exhibition, which includes the world’s largest collection of international espionage artifacts on public display. 

Scouts learn about the "secret history of history," the role of espionage in shaping events from biblical times to the present.



The Museum offers a series of workshops through the year that explore the role of female spies throughout history and give Scouts an opportunity to meet a real former spy. If you are interested in general Museum workshops and programs please check out our KidSpy Program page. For more information, please call the Museum at: 202.654.0943.


Scouts visiting the DC area are welcome to visit the Spy Museum where they can receive a commemorative patch with a group reservation.

Reserve group admission for ten (10) or more people to receive special group rates, have an exclusive welcome from a Museum Operative, bypass the admission lines, and gain immediate access to the exhibition. Please call the Museum at: 202-654-0942. 

Customize your visit with add-on experiences, including:

  • Operation Spy: This one-hour, adrenaline-fueled mission is no exhibit. Don't screw up!
  • Spy in the City: See D.C. as a spy by taking a GPS-guided tour of its neighborhoods.It’s your chance to explore the spy capital of the world.
  • Spy City Tours: This bus tour of D.C. uncovers some of the most notorious cases in history.


The Museum is a partner of the History of Scouting Trail. Take the Colin H. Livingstone Hike through historic Washington, DC. This is the first historic trail based 100% on Scouting history. Click here for more information on the History of Scouting Trail.

Check out our H.O.S.T. trailer here.

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