The German Spy Museum is a permanent exhibition dedicated to one of the world’s oldest professions – spying.
No place is better suited for a museum on spies than Potsdamer Platz in the center of Berlin – the Capital of Spies.
German Spy Museum Berlin displays more than one thousand exhibits in its 3000 m² (32.000 sq ft) exhibition space.
The experience is surreal as you use the latest technology to learn about spying from the times of ancient Bible history to the present and future.
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What to expect at German Spy Museum
Here, you will learn about Julius Caesar’s cipher technique, Oliver Cromwell’s secret service procedures, Napoleon’s secret service methods, etc.
Find out how spies shaped history on both sides of World Wars I and II and the Cold War.
With over 1000 multimedia displays on more than 200 high-resolution screens, there’s hands-on excitement around every corner at the German Spy Museum Berlin.
German Spy Museum’s tickets
This German Spy Museum ticket gets you access to all the espionage exhibits on display.
Since this is a Skip the Line ticket, you can avoid the lines at the ticket counter.
On the day of your visit, you can show the ticket on your mobile and enter.
Once inside, you can continue to explore the museum till 8 pm, when it closes.
You can cancel this ticket up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund.
Cost of tickets
Adult ticket (6+ years): €12
Discounted ticket (6+ years, with ID): €8
For students and disabled visitors
Child ticket (up to 5 years): Free entry
Visitors can buy German Spy Museum’s family tickets (2 adults + their children) at the venue. However, most don’t prefer it because they can’t skip the ticket counter lines. When you buy your tickets online, you can just walk in!
How to reach Spy Museum
The German Spy Museum’s address is 9,Leipziger Platz, 10117, Berlin. Get Directions
It is best to use public transport to get to the museum.
Metro: U2 to Potsdamer Platz, exit Leipziger Platz
S-Bahn: S1, S2, S25 to Potsdamer Platz, exit Leipziger Platz
Bus: 200, M41, M48, M85 to S+U Potsdamer Platz
The German Spy Museum is open from 10 am to 8 pm on weekdays and weekends.
The last entry is an hour before closure.
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