Military Museums in New York City

Military Museums in New York City, NY

Military Museums in New York City

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  • Luke
    22 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Worth every penny. Loads to do and see. It is a humbling day out. Probably not the best if you have restricted mobility due to steep stairs and narrow passageways. Also if you’re claustrophobic it might not be the best especially on the submarine. Exceptional experience and I have absolutely no faults. There are veterans there who have served on the ship and can give excellent insights.
    Written 20 January 2024
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  • christopherbO9687MP
    Acton, MA719 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The SPY HQ museum & experience is an excellent overview of spy craft and major spying incidents in the US. I've been to other spy museums in the past (such as the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC) that go into the history & technology of spy craft in more detail. SpyScape concentrates instead on a more interactive learning experience, with lots of computer kiosks for you to learn more major aspects of the craft. Children may find this more interesting than the usual display cases.

    Another interesting aspect of this museum is the personality profile you gradually fill out by using a supplied wristband to log into computer terminals spread throughout the main floor. Even you are not intending to work for a spy agency, these types of intelligence and spatial awareness quizzes you fill out gives you an idea of what to expect with many contemporary job interviews. It was interesting to see what the computer tests leads the museum to conclude what type of intelligence officer you'd make.
    Written 13 February 2024
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  • CDNTerry
    Toronto, Canada417 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Excellent museum, great way to get close to some classic war planes and helicopters too. Added bonus of seeing the shuttle and the USS Growler nuclear submarine too. Made for a fun afternoon. The tickets gave us general access to all the above but you have to buy add-onto access things like the Concorde experience, 3D theaters, etc. probably about 10 different add-ons you can select from so it could be an expensive day if you want the full ride. We were happy with just the general admission. Nice little cafeteria if you need a bite to eat and a great gift shop too.
    Written 3 May 2024
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