International Spy Museum
Visitors begin their undercover mission in the Spies and Spy Masters Gallery.
From Morten Storm’s terrifying personal interview about his time with al Qaeda to the infamous Mata Hari and the revolutionary slave-turned-spy, James Armistead Lafayette; this serves as a dramatic entry into spy tradecraft.
“Red-Teaming” recreates the CIA’s process of pinpointing Osama bin Laden’s hiding place.
Using deductive reasoning, interactive gaming, soundscape, and film, it’s an exhilarating look at the real-life executive decision process.
A mirrored Infinity Room depicts the limitless expanse of cyberspace. Bringing invisible concepts to light, this moment is a crowd favorite.
A completely re-imagined Museum, in a new purpose-built 140,000-square-foot state-of-the-art building—more than doubling its original size, expanding the limits, and expectations of what an institution can do.
Interactive Media and Films
Paul Rosenthal, History Associates
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners: RSHP | Hickok Cole