And when I say sneak I mean sneak!

During my SkyFall Tetbury Boot Review video I decided to make a trip to the International Spy Museum in Washington DC.

The PR blurb promises the following: Meet Bond鈥檚 villains, uncover their evil schemes, and explore their exotic lairs and weapons in this special exhibit commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Bond films. See over 100 film artifacts from the archives of EON Productions, the Bond film producers.

What I couldn’t be prepared for was the amazing amount of props they had on display. Only MAJOR problem was they were fanatical about no pictures being taken and there were stern guards everywhere. Warnings of no filming or picture littered each room and entrance-way.

So what’s a Bond fan do?

Ignore the signs and warnings of course!

Luckily I befriended a good-natured security person who gently chastised me for taking photos while simultaneously giving me a slight wink and nod. Finally though, I ran into one that wasn’t as forgiving. The pictures below are what I was able to take and believe me ALL the pictures are bad because I took them while looking like I was on the phone, walking through etc.

BTW, the exhibit is amazing and if you are near Washington, it is a must see!

Also, check out some of the cool souvenirs I purchased…the gift shop is amazing!

james bond at the international spy museum