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KGB Spy Museum
Formerly known as Atomic KGB Bunker

Important notice — Due to the enormous impact of the COVID pandemic, the KGB Spy Museum had to close its doors permanently. In October 2020 it was announced that the museum artifacts will be auctioned [2].
Atomic KGB Bunker is a museum about WWI, WWII and Cold War artifacts, in Kaunas (Lithuania). The museum was established in 2014 and is housed in a former nuclear bunker that was once used by the suppressive Soviet intelligence service KGB, six metres below street level. It has a large collection of covert (spy) equipment, cipher machines, communication equipment, covert cameras and public safety equipment, all on public display and most of it in working condition.

Click to go directly to the Atomic KGB Bunker website.

Opening Thursday 17 January 2019
On Thursday 17 January 2019, our long-term partner – the KGB Spy Museum – will open the doors of their new museum in Manhattan (New York) to the press. Many exiting and formerly secret items from the much-feared Soviet intelligence service KGB will be on public display, some of them for the first time. This is no doubt the largest collection of KGB artifacts in the world.

A glimpse of the interior. Photograph via PetaPixel, January 2019.

Here is what the press has written so far:

Video coverage
  1. Wikipedia, KGB Espionage Museum
    Retrieved Januari 2021.

  2. Sarah Bahr, KGB Museum Closes; Lipstick Gun and Other Spy Relics Go on Sale
    The New York Times, 28 October 2020.
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