This museum is located in the actual building that the Stasi occupied. It contains a large number of historical artifacts relating to the Stasi in East Germany including machines they used to steam-open citizens' post, wire-tap machines and covert cameras and disguises that spies would wear to change their appearance.
It is a relatively small museum but takes about 90mins to see all the exhibits properly. To get the most out of the museum I would certainly recommend doing the audio tour, particularly if you do not speak German. It costs €3 and comes in English, French and Italian languages. The museum is free of charge, apart from the audio guide.
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