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Are you following all the fuss about accused spy Edward Snowden running all over the world looking for a place to hide from Uncle Sam? If so, consider getting more familiar with the espionage business on your next visit to the nation’s capital city.

The current attraction at the International Spy Museum,“Spy in the City”, is an interactive adventure. It’s touted as put together by former spies who now serve as consultants to the museum. Kids love it, because it involves participating in simulated assignments, such as catching a dastardly secret agent attempting to peddle secrets to foreign spies. Poor Snowden! He can’t get a break anywhere.

The museum is at 800 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004. Tickets for adults are $20, seniors/cops/military are $16, kids age 7 to all are $15, and age 6 and under can sneak in for free. For more information, hours and tickets, go to www.spymuseum.org.

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