The Príncipe Felipe Science Museum hosts the exhibition "The Science of Spying"

Dec 25, 2007

The Príncipe Felipe Science Museum hosts the Science of Spying exhibition until April 1st 2008. Children are invited to become spies for the day, to learn about their investigation and surveillance techniques and to even fight a secret organisation. 
The Príncipe Felipe Science Museum hosts the exhibition Developed by the London Science Museum in cooperation with the Príncipe Felipe Museum, the exhibition includes interactive modules, texts and objects that show the evolution of espionage and surveillance technology in recent decades. This progress has facilitated access to the science of spying to a larger number of people.

During three months the exhibition -on the first floor of the museum- will underline the importance of espionage in the 20th century and today for many areas of society like companies, government agencies or the media. The exhibition is also completed with contents on privacy and security.

Recommended for audiences aged 8 to 12, "The Science of Spying" allows visitors to live a genuine spying experience through 6 interactive areas and exhibition modules including the recruitment of trainee spies, a Spymaker training base, a technology centre, the headquarters of a secret organisation, the Future Lab, and a person detector that recreates escape techniques.