Off Finanzen.net (a decent German business page), I noted today that Berlin has a new attraction....a spy-museum.
From what they write....it's mostly like the one in DC. I spent two hours at the DC Spy Museum back 2011. From what I remember.....it was a hefty price to get in (roughly $20) and it was a curious collection of spy items from the cold war. It was briefly interesting, a hefty price, and then you realized about an hour into the walk that you were fairly near the end and asking yourself where the time went.
This Berlin spy-museum? Well....it's supposed to be around 18-Euro, which is a hefty price as well. It might be worth seeing, but here's the thing....Berlin has around 200-odd things worth seeing. Other than Rome or Vienna or Amsterdam.....Berlin is loaded with things to see or do. A guy could spend ten days there and still have dozens of things to accomplish. Adding a spy-museum? Maybe someone thinks it'll draw people, but I doubt it.