Spy Museum Berlin
Leipziger Pl. 9, 10117 Berlin, Germany
| +49 30 398200451
Photo courtesy of German Spy Museum Berlin
Sun - Sat 10am - 8pm
Spy Museum BerlinSpy Museum Berlin traces the global history of espionage, with insights into "intelligence gathering" in ancient times and throughout the Middle Ages, up to the 20th century, with advancements in technology and the tensions of the world wars and cold war. Cabinets display weapons disguised as umbrellas, impossibly tiny spy cameras hidden in watering cans, and a rare three-rotor Enigma machine. There are also profiles of famous spies and double agents, as well as interactive screens that give insights into hacking and encryption. At the end of your visit, test your physical agility with some laser parkour activities.