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Spyscape, New York City

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The world’s largest interactive spy museum features world-class architecture, artifacts, technology and experiences. Test your hacking, code-breaking and espionage skills to discover your inner spy. Opening in Midtown Manhattan in December.
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  • I came here with my sister in law, her husband and their two children (6 and 9). I was a little worried about the youngest as some people mentioned it wasn’t suitable for young ones but they loved it!...  more »
  • This was a pricy, but super enjoyable experience. In a 40 something mom with 2 early teens and we did have a blast. We did the regular tour as well as the extra 007- the 007 was a little bit underwhel...  more »
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  • Amazing experience! The whole thing makes you feel like you're in a James Bond movie. Will definitely come here again and take anyone who visits us to this museum. It's incredibly interactive and very informative too! And has a super classy feel to it. It would be a great date spot honestly.
  • Spyscape was a LOT of fun, and the Intelligence history was great! (BIG HINT: if you are counting steps, or to take pictures or buy things, bring your cell and personal items, I forgot mine and locked it in the complimentary lockers they give you with your ticket with my coat) The museum gives a wonderful overview of how intelligence agents helped to win, and in some cases, avoid major conflicts and wars. It has inter-active games where you can discover what you're role would be in espionage. Your role is determined by scanning a wrist bracelet, and completing tasks. You can take your time, it isn't something that is a traditional tour in a museum with a guide. I went with a friend for his birthday, because they had a James Bond exhibit, and the DB5, and he is a huge James Bond fan. At first glance, I was sort of disappointed that my role at the end was Agent Handler, but upon reflection, I realized that was right (I'm much better behind the scenes and helping others). They have a gift shop at the end with books and other items for sale, as well as a small place to grab a bite to eat. I absolutely encourage purchasing the tickets on line ahead of time, and they do offer validated parking for a reduced price in Manhattan. Check the website for those details (plus the exhibits, since they do change). All in all, if you know someone who is always in investigative mode, this is the place for them. I have to thank a friend from work for telling me about SPYSCAPE.
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