Go on a fun-filled, educational adventure inside the German Spy Museum, located in the grand city of Berlin, which is regarded as the capital of spies since the infamous Cold War. Trace the history and evolution of espionage all the way back in ancient times, through the turmoil of World War II, to the Cold War and beyond. Marvel at all the spy equipment on display. See how James Bond began and became an important pop culture icon throughout the years. Engage in fun activities and feel like a super spy by attempting to decipher a secret code, and trying your luck in a laser maze and avoid being detected. Drop by interactive multimedia stations and see how websites are hacked. Test the strength of your "hack-proof" password and see how long it takes to crack it. Discover how government groups such as the NSA, CIA, and the BND efficiently gather the data of their respective citizens. Learn how credit cards, health cards, smartphones, and social media sites and apps, especially Facebook, handles our personal data and how they can be sources of data leakages. This museum will raise a good number of questions that are relevant to everyone who enters it, and it will challenge you to rethink the ways in which you handle your personal data.
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- Children under the age of 6 can enter the musuem, free of charge
- Family tickets are available for 2 adults plus their children (up to 18). There is no limit of children for this ticket, as long as all children included in the family ticket are aged 18 and below
- Visitors with student tickets are required to show student ID card as proof
Capital of Spies: German Spy Museum Fast Track Ticket