Girl Scout Day at the National Cryptologic Museum


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On March 28, 2020, Girl Scouts are invited for an afternoon of fun just for them at the National Cryptologic Museum. Through displays and hands-on activities, girls will be immersed in the world of codes and the art of writing and solving them.

Located adjacent to the National Security Agency (NSA) Headquarters, the National Cryptologic Museum is the only public museum in the Intelligence Community and covers the history of the National Security Agency, as well as our nation’s cryptology history and legacy. The museum’s collection contains thousands of artifacts, with some dating back to pre-American Revolutionary War times.

Admission is free, however, registration is required.

What: National Cryptologic Museum
When: Mar 28, 2020; find time(s) here
Where: National Cryptologic Museum, 8290 Colony Seven Rd., Annapolis Junction, MD 2070
Event Details: Find them here

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