The Spy Museum is located on the first floor of a building in Finlayson, an old industrial center. It displays various spy-related items, including old-fashioned Bond-shaped toys, KGB files and monitors.
If you are interested in spies, it is recommended to check it out. Although it's not a big place, it still takes a while to look carefully, which is worth seeing. And there is a brief introduction in Chinese, which is very convenient for you to compare. The place is not easy to find. In a commercial building, it took a few laps to find the museum.
The Spy Museum is still very interesting. The ticket to come here is about RMB 60. It displays many items used by spies, including the tools of spies in various eras. It is great to visit here to increase your knowledge.
This place is not easy to find. This is the first spy museum in the world. You can see many high-tech products, from mini cameras to the current high-tech products. It is very exciting.
I started visiting SpyMuseum after lunch. I didn't plan to stay longer, but unexpectedly lingered in it for a long time. This is the first spy museum in the world. Like spies back then, it is low-key submerged in the cafes and restaurants of industrial buildings, and it is still in the basement, as if deliberately creating a thrilling atmosphere. Although the museum is not big, you can really see a lot of spy supplies, from early mini cameras to modern high-tech supplies. There are also introductions to famous spies and spy techniques. The whole visit process is like watching a spy movie. It is really a little exciting. The most commendable thing is that the museum has a detailed Chinese introduction. In addition, the spy shop attached to the museum sells simple spy tools. After shopping, I bought a few gadgets and brought them back to make gifts. It was ingenious.