The German Spy Museum Berlin gives a unique insight into the gloom of espionage right where the Wall once divided the city. Visitors are welcome to use the most recent multimedia-based technology to detect all the bizarre and sneaky methods of agents and secret services. An exciting time travel from spying in ancient Bible history to the present and future right in the middle of the capital of spies.
Decipher a range of secret codes, negotiate the laser-beam obstacle course, see how secure your password is and hack in to your favourite websites!
belong to the oldest professions in the world. No place would be better-suited for a spectacular tribute to the protagonists of this international gloom of espionage than Potsdamer Platz in the centre of Berlin, which for a long time was considered to be the Capital of Spies. There, in 2015, the German Spy Museum Berlin opened in a 3.000 m² (32.000 sq ft) exhibition space.
Hundreds of historical artefacts bring history to life: Hitler’s Enigma cipher machine, classic secret agent equipment such as the bra camera, shoe bugs, glove pistols, killer umbrellas and a range of original props from the James Bond films. Numerous top agents tell their breath-taking stories.
Learn about the second-oldest job in the world using cutting-edge multi-media technology. 200 HD-Screens, 3D glasses and impressive projections enable you to immerse yourself in the world of spies and secret agents. Decipher a range of secret codes, negotiate the laser-beam obstacle course, see how secure your favourite password is and hack in to your favourite websites!
Who was the first spy? Did you know that drones were used in World War I? Which secret service had the best codes? What is the difference between a honey-trap and the Romeo method? How do you kill someone with an umbrella? Who knows more about you – the Stasi, the NSA, Facebook or Miles and More?
HOW TO REACH
parking garage Mall of Berlin, entrance Voßstraße or Wilhelmstraße
parking garage Potsdamer Platz, entrance Linkstraße, Ludwig-Beck-Straße or Schellingstraße
parking garage Sony Center, entrance Ben-Gurion-Straße or Bellevuestraße
Gabriele-Tergit-Promenade / Reichpietschufer
Mauerstraße 69 / Leipziger Straße
Niederkirchnerstraße / Martin-Gropius-Bau
ADMISSION (Children until 6 years free) 12.00 EURO
REDUCED (Students, trainees, visitors with severely handicapped pass) 8.00 EURO
GROUPS (From 10 persons up) 9.00 EURO
FAMILIES (2 adults and own children) 35.00 EURO
STUDENTS (School classes from 10 scholars up) 6.00 EURO
PUBLIC GUIDED TOUR (According to availability, usually hourly) 8.00 EURO
PUBLIC GUIDED TOUR, REDUCED (According to availability, usually hourly) 5.00 EURO
GUIDED TOUR (+ entrance fee, max. 25 persons, registration in advance) 70.00 EURO
GUIDED TOUR FOR SCHOOL CLASSES (Plus entrance fee, max. 25 persons, registration in advance required) 55.00 EURO
Leipziger Platz 9