Visit the German Espionage Museum to learn about the art of espionage! Learn an encrypted message technique invented by Julius Caesar, the secret service methods of Oliver Cromwell and Napoleon, and discover the history of one of the oldest professions in the world. On top of that, you can skip the queue and feel like a real secret agent!
Learn about the incredible secret service methods used by Oliver Cromwell and Napoleon, and see how spies changed history on both sides of World War I and World War II and the Cold War.
You will have endless fun in every corner of the German Espionage Museum in Berlin, with more than 1,000 multimedia samples and more than 200 high resolution screens! Decipher secret codes, go through the laser maze, see how safe your password really is and how to hack web pages.
The raincoat, hat and magnifying glass are not included.
Show the ticket on your mobile at the entrance of the German Espionage Museum and enter without queues.
Every day from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Children up to 5 years free of charge, from 6 years old pay a reduced student fee, then pay the adult rate.
This attraction is accessible in wheelchairs and for people with reduced mobility.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry.
I visited with my family and I really liked the part where they teach the dangers and risks of the internet, a very didactive museum I did not imagine it that way but it was fantastic
A different museum but worth visiting, especially if you like spy movies!
A good museum
All perfect, we entered without queues and had more time to enjoy Berlin