From the exchange of agents at Glienicke Bridge to the wiretapping facility on Teufelsberg: Berlin was considered the capital of spies, especially during the Cold War. The German Spy Museum offers a journey through the history of espionage, from spying in the Bible history to the present and future. Visitors discover the beginnings of secret intelligence gathering and transmission as well as highly advanced current and possible future espionage methods in an interactive exhibition.
Discover, Try and Learn Interactively
The German Spy Museum displays a wide variety of exhibits from the world of secret intelligence, such as hidden cloak cameras and odor preserves from the Stasi's evidence room. The various interactive stations and multimedia offerings are a highlight of the museum for young people and adults alike. Visitors can master a laser course, crack passwords, search for bugs, decipher, send Morse code or try to trick a lie detector.
The museums is barrier-free for people with walking disabilities. Stairless access to almost all exhibition areas. Accessible bathrooms. Information on the exhibits for deaf visitors, listening stations for people with visual impairments at some exhibits.