The German Spy Museum is a renowned Museum in Berlin which opened to the public on 19 September 2015. It is located at Leipziger Platz, directly at Berlin Potsdamer Platz station.
The Museum showcases an interactive multimedia exhibition that charts the fascinating history of espionage and secret services worldwide. It gives visitors a unique insight into the murky world of espionage across the ages, from spying in ancient Biblical times to present day methods, while also giving an insight into things to come in the future.
Visitors can delve deep into the world of spying with fun interactive exhibits that give you the chance to be a spy for the day. Decipher a range of secret codes, negotiate a cryptic laser maze, see how secure your favourite password is and hack your way into to your favourite websites!
For more information, including venue opening hours, visit the German Spy Museum website.