Exclusive Tour & Artifact Showcase @ The KGB Espionage Museum
Umbrellas that shoot poison, hidden cameras inside a pack of cigarettes, cipher machines used during the Cold War…one might think that a museum dedicated to the KGB would be located in a secret government building somewhere in Moscow. Fortunately for us New Yorkers, it’s only a quick subway ride away — are you ready to learn about the secrets of a Russian spy collection unlike any other in the world? Your mission begins now.
Join New York Adventure Club for a private evening tour and artifact showcase at The KGB Espionage Museum, the only public museum in the world that focuses entirely on the espionage operations carried out by the KGB, the state security police of the former Soviet Union.
Our unique experience at one of New York’s newest museum will include:
- An overview of the KGB, from its origins dating back to the reign of Tsar Nicholas II in 1881, to its impact on global politics in the 21st century
- Stories around the secret lives of prominent KGB agents, and detailed accounts of some of the KGB’s most famous top-secret espionage operations
- A private tour of the world’s largest public collection of KGB artifacts, which features many items made public for the first time in history
Afterward, we’ll get to take an exclusive close look at several one-of-a-kind museum artifacts brought out from behind glass!
$29-$32Buy tickets/get more info now