On my 2017 Bucket List, one of my goals was to visit at least five museums that I’ve never been to, so far this is my third. (Yes, I’m not far from meeting my goal.) I’ve been wanting to go to this museum for awhile because it was one that I haven’t been to and it sounded rather interesting! When we got there, there was a huge line which was mostly outside. Then once we got inside there was a line to buy tickets if you haven’t done so already online and then yet another line for the elevator to get upstairs where the museum begins. When we got passed the long line (which took us about 30 minutes to go through) we were given an introduction of how the museum worked and what it was about. Then we entered a theater that played a mini video about spies in real life and fictional spies that were made up for entertainment purposes or that were based off of real life spies. The video also talked about villains and the people who did bad deeds. After the movie we were free to explore all the exhibits. I really like this museum it was really fun and I learned a lot about the different types of spies and villains – stuff I never knew before. Being a spy is really risky business! Here are some of my photos from this amazing museum.
Overall, I really enjoyed this museum even though the line was long to get in. Honestly, it could have been the day we chose to go, which was Saturday the 3rd of July, as to why the line was ridiculously long. The museum was a really neat place so maybe that’s the reason for the line. Anyways, I loved the museum and would go back (even if the line was crazy). I recommend this museum to all, there’s definitely something for everyone at the International Spy Museum!
For more information about this museum, click this link: International Spy Museum