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Have you ever been a huge fan of spy movies or always wanted to try out some of the things you see spies do? If this is you then you will definitely want to visit the interactive SPYSCAPE museum in NYC. This spot is one of New York's finest edifice and has all you can think about that relates to spies.
|Adults Ticket (18 – 64 years):||$39|
|Youth Ticket (6 – 17 years):||$32|
|Children ticket (0 - 5 yrs):||FREE|
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The opening times of the Spyscape interactive museum are as follows:
Monday - Fridays: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
You'll need to make an appointment to get a ticket. Read on to see ticket prices.
General admission is specific to a certain date and times. It cost $39 for adults and $32 for children.
With the Gift Flexpass, you get to enjoy a VIP treatment anytime. It is valid for 1 entry for 90 days. Adults are $59 and children is $52. It also comes with a free Spyscape logo hat (which is usually $22 on the site).
This is an adult only ticket available only on Friday evenings. It costs $45 and includes free bar snacks and complimentary drinks. The bar is open from 6 pm to 10 pm. Last admission is at 8 pm.
For every ticket you buy, you get one student ticket free. The student needs to come with valid student ID. It is open Monday to Thursday from 4 pm and costs $39.
Spyscape discount is available for certain groups. Tickets for seniors 65 or older as well as Law Enforcement and Military $30.
Many tour operators offering substantial discounts, you can try out.
Adress:928 8th Ave, New York, NY 10019, USA
If you're walking or cycling to the Spyscape NYC, then you can use this to get directions.
For Subway Directions
C, E to 50th Street Subway Station
A, C, B, D to 59th Street Columbus Circle Station
N, Q, R, W to 57th Street Subway Station
For Bus Directions
M20, M104 Northbound to 8th Ave W 52nd Street
M20 Southbound to 7th Ave W 55th Street
M7, M104, Southbound to 7th Ave W 54th Street
You can also visit the New York Attractions Map to help you during your tour.
Ever watched a spy flick or a James Bond movie and thought "these stunts aren't that hard" or "I'd make a better spy?" If yes, then the Spyscape NYC is the perfect place to see how good of a spy you really are. Even if you haven't looked down on a spy movie before, the Spyscape is still a great place to test out any hidden spy skills you may have.
The interactive Spyscape museum measures 60,000 square foot. It is dedicated to all things espionage and it opened in Hell's Kitchen sometime in February. The Spyscape offers three different types of experiences to its visitors. The traditional museum experience, the interactive experience, and a personal journey of spy-themed discovery.
The traditional museum experience focuses on real-life spies and the lives they lived. It includes WWII code breaker Alan Turing, and Virginia Hall, the one-legged American spy. You'll also see actual objects and gadgets used in the shadowy world of international espionage like encrypted documents and code-breaking machines.
When you visit the museum, you're giving an "identity band" wristband. The RFID technology on the band lets you interact with the various stations. Each station comes with a series of escalating tasks that you can complete. You can take a lie detector, monitor CCTV footage, try your hands at decoding messages, or run through a hallway while dodging the laser. Get a real taste of how hard and dangerous spy work is.
The last part, and arguably the most personal aspect of the museum, concludes with a mission "debrief." An actual profiling system developed by a former head of training at British Intelligence takes care of the debrief. The system tells you what type of spy work you are best suited for, you could be a hacker, intelligence analyst, or an agent handler.