Exactly 1,000,000 visitors have visited the German Spy Museum since its opening in autumn 2015. Director Robert Rückel surprised the anniversary visitor with a golden ticket.
Camille Samson from Paris was stunned when she was honored with the oversized golden ticket. The 29-year-old visited for the first time Berlin with two friends. In addition to Brandenburger Tor, East Side Gallery, and a trip on the Spree, the German Spy Museum was the only museum on the program. Now she is happy to receive life-long free admission.
The fourth year after the opening is the most successful in the history of the museum. After 342,000 visitors in 2018 as a whole, 255,000 visitors were welcomed in the first seven and a half months of this year. The German Spy Museum says thank you and looks forward to the next million visitors. Open every day from 10 am to 8 pm at Leipziger Platz 9, in the heart of Berlin – and for your eyes only.