We were very intrigued to learn about the International Spy Museum and, having 2 budding spies (my daughters) and an interest in the hollywood version, we couldn't skip this. It is very technically and historically oriented. There is an interesting 'try to be a spy' scenario at the beginning, then some VERY old equipment, some fun activities and it moves you through spy history with newer equipment and more recent stories. At the end, you get to play around with some mock-up spy stuff. It all depends on your interests and your attitude, what you get out of this museum. I can see some people not enjoying this because we all have ways we like to learn and ways we don't and let's face it, museums are educational so it's really all about how educational info is presented. We enjoyed it and skipped what we didn't, and we are going back again!
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