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!

Morse code station

Use the Morse code station located at our World War One module to send secret messages. Print out the messages to take home!

Encoding and decoding messages

You experience the working of the rotor-based cipher machine Enigma and communicate with other visitors using coded messages.

Lie Detector

Who is telling the truth? The lie detector exposes liars and penetrates even the most tightly-hidden secrets.

The Password Cracker

Internet espionage and data security are highly topi- cal issues. You can enter a password and find out how long it takes for the average hacker to crack.

Human intelligence

Human Intelligence (HUMINT) refers to the use of human sources to gather information. Try out your HUMINT skills in this module e.g. through lip reading.

Quiz stations

In the »spies« module, test your reactions in testing circumstances and try to emerge from them without blowing your cover. Can you tell the difference between fake news and facts? See for yourself in the conspiracy theory module.


What does Facebook know about us? Do we still control our own data? Every completed part of the multimedia puzzle reveals what happens with our personal data on the world’s largest Social Media Platform.

How to be a spy

Real life agents reveal the tricks of the trade about running agents and following people. Do you have what it takes to be a modern spy?

Berlin Spy Map

Where did intelligence agencies carry out assassinations, exchange agents or perform other operations? Where were the Stasi safe houses in the Capital of Spies?