SPYSCAPE, New York’s Spy Museum, Just Opened In Midtown Manhattan

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New York City is known for their museums and the city just got its newest with the introduction of SPYSCAPE. New York’s only spy museum is now open, featuring a combination of a contemporary museum, an immersive experience, and a journey of personal discovery.

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Open seven days a week from 10am – 8pm (last entry at 7pm), SPYSCAPE was designed to be a world class multi-sensory experience. The architecture was created by Adjaye Associates, whose other designs include the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Nobel Peace Center, and the Moscow School of Management.

The audio design was done by composer and sound designer Nick Ryan, whose recent projects include works for Dolby, Tate, Rolls-Royce, and the Imperial War Museum. Lighting design was spearheaded by Lighting Workshop, whose project profile ranges from Adidas and Belstaff to KITH and W Hotels.

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For more information on SPYSCAPE check out the website here