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    Top Secret Exhibition

    In Top Secret: License to Spy the visitor acts as a secret agent, uncovering facts and investigating leads to determine which of the suspects, if any, can be implicated in the crime.

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Created by the renowned Scitech in Perth, Australia, and based around a James Bond-style fantasy of exotic locations, high-tech equipment and, of course, a mystery to solve, Top Secret: License to Spy focuses on the science and technology of spying and espionage.

On arrival at the exhibition, the visitor is presented with a scenario and six suspects. Armed with a Spy File, the visitor is challenged with gathering intelligence from selected exhibits to uncover information on the suspects, leading them on a journey of discovery into the secret world of spies.

Exhibits include:

  • Q’s workshop
  • Hidden camera
  • Find the bug
  • Spy satellite
  • See in the dark
  • Hidden image
  • Sound beam
  • Downlink
  • Guess the password
  • Laser listening
  • Microdot
  • Data dump
  • Safe breaker
  • The Brainiac tapes
  • Phone tap
  • Code room
  • Code computer
  • Photo disguise kit
  • Who’s talking
  • Laser maze
  • Debriefing room


4,300–6,500 sq ft

400–600 sq m



  • Our mission is STEM education—we inspire our visitors, especially young children to learn about science, technology, engineering and math through our engaging hands-on exhibits, events and education programs. Top Secret fit perfectly into that, as visitors used the scientific method but in a fun and dynamic way—to find the spy! And within that process, STEM was represented in the exhibit’s elements.

    Christina Bluml, Director of Marketing
    Exploration Place
    Wichita, KS
  • Top Secret is a well-built, highly interactive exhibition with a fun storyline. It’s tough to find an exhibition this scenic for the same rental price.

    Josh Kessler, Project Manager
    Center of Science and Industry (COSI)
    Columbus, OH

Educational Materials

We provide instructors with essential questions to ask students at each area and a lesson that explores and expands on the ideas presented.

Our research and interpretive text is also the basis for our Educator Guides. Developed during the second half of our 360° process, these guides contain classroom modules for students to use before arrival and after their experience, with accompanying activities for the exhibition visit itself.

To receive a copy of the Educator Guide, please contact info@imagineexhibitions.com.



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