The only public museum in the US dedicated to espionage, featuring the largest collection of international espionage artifacts on display.
Muy entretenido y divertido
It's always crowded on the weekends. The thing that i liked the most is that there are a lot of interactive exhibits.
So fun! Awesome stop on your trip!
The Bond exhibits were awesome, rest was ok
Fun museum. Do the James bond stuff at the end.
Excellent information on spy history both in reality and movies.
Buy your tickets online to avoid standing online.
Expensive for what it is, but still fun.
Very fun and interactive. Would be fun for kids!
Way more expensive than any of the other museums in town, but definitely worth going to once.
Very very cool. Great for families or a date!
I recommend doing one of the spy simulations instead of just general admission, it makes it more interesting and interactive but overall we had a blast with our group!
Too bad with it's high admission.
This museum is AWESOME. It does cost money to get in but it is so beyond worth it. My family and I had a blast.
Double check groupon the day before you plan to go. They have deals for groups of 1, 2, or 4.
Fun place. Perfect for kids and nerds. Tad bit expensive. Look for discounts on tickets.
I'm not much of a museum person but this was the most entertained I've EVER been. Wish I set aside more time to explore more in depth. Def interesting. Would return & recommend! The James Bond floor!
The Bond Villains exhibit was pretty good. Check out the Spy vs Spy store too!
Sister museum to the newer (and better) Mob Museum in Las Vegas, but showing its age.
Fantastic museum that's worth the price
Awesome display of 50 years of James Bond Villains! Kids loved Operation Spy. Was WAY too hot for Spy in the City.
Cost of admission versus experience ? PRICELESS ! Had an amazing time !
Go when school is in session. Too crowded otherwise.
Beware of rude teenagers.
Interesting museum indeed...
Learn the story behind Argo, separate James Bond fact from fiction, and practice your decoding skills. The gift shop is stocked with invisible ink, bionic ears, thrillers and peel-and-stick mustaches.
Drink lots of coffee before coming here. Museum is very interesting but the amount of detail and information can be overwhelming/tiring.
Informatice about history of spying. more appealing for school aged kids
Very pricey, but definitely worth it! Take a couple of hours to get through it. There's a ton to see!
More theme park, less museum. 20 bucks is a lot in a city where most museums are free. No mention of bay of pigs, Edward snowden, just boo Russians and nazis boo!
Operation Spy, an interactive role play that lets you pretend to be an undercover agent, is one of the best museum experiences I've ever had. Well worth the extra money. I'd definitely do it again.
The store is more fun
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If you want to get through the whole museum, allow yourself at least 4 hours. Everything is awesome in it.
Go anywhere else but this place. You can see more spy related memorabilia via Wikipedia
Definitely do operation spy! It's not just some game for kids, but a well designed and thought out interactive game, even for adults. It puts you in a spy mindset. Requires actual thinking. Worth it.
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I love this place.
Some good gadgets, but avoid this place on the weekends due to the crowds.
Unless you want to see a ton of microphones and transmitters save your money.
By tix in advance. Gol star events discount
My name is Dimitri im 48, a fisherman. Visiting Boston for family and I dont know if I'm renting a car.
Visit this museum to pretend you’re James Bond or to learn how the world’s best detectives handled their toughest jobs.
It brings in the crowds
Spy ID is for sure pointless. There is a military discount. Will end up being like $15.
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