Seattle Monorail

Take a trip into the world of espionage

April 10, 2014

Trotsky skullPrepare to step into the real world of espionage. Pacific Science Center’s latest exhibition, Spy: The Secret World of Espionage, is a unique look into the covert and often perilous world of intelligence gathering. Investigate the Lockerbie bombing, view artifacts of the Trotsky assassination and examine a real Enigma machine. Learn about the tactics of the OSS, the CIA, the KGB and more. Think you have what it takes to enter the world of espionage? Test your skills in the simulated laser field and see if you can navigate it undetected. SPY: The Secret World of Espionage runs through September 1, 2014.

You can travel on the Seattle Center Monorail to get to Pacific Science Center.  Hop aboard at our Westlake Center Station (5th Avenue and Pine Street, 3rd floor) and travel directly to Seattle Center.  The Monorail is open daily – the train departs approximately every 10 minutes.

Visitor Tip: Make sure to go see an IMAX movie in the Boeing IMAX Theater at Pacific Science Center. It’s the biggest screen in Seattle – it’s six stories high and 80 feet wide with 12,000 watts of surround sound. We love it – the sound is incredible!

SPY Lockerbie