Photos: "Spy: The Secret World of Espionage"

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  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

  • Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

Photo: Caroline Voagen Nelson

Photos: "Spy: The Secret World of Espionage"


Minuscule cameras, robotic insects and code- and lock-breaking tools make up Discovery Times Square's exhibition "Spy: The Secret World of Espionage." The items on display, many of which are on loan from the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., show the Dick Tracy–worthy gizmos and gadgets that Cold War–era agents actually used. You can even see the ax that killed Leon Trotsky. Visitors, meanwhile, can test their snooping prowess in a maze of lasers.

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