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SPYSCAPE offers stunning spaces for private events. From board-meetings and creative brainstorms, to birthdays and more. Our state of the art AV systems can transform the museum to your needs in seconds, and our friendly staff and experienced partners can assist in creating unforgettable experiences for your guests.
Use individual spaces for up to: 360 (talks); 300 (receptions); 260 (seated dinners), or use spaces in parallel for up to 600 (various configurations).
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A luxurious boardroom accessed by a private elevator, and overlooking the North Gallery. Bright and beautiful, with floor to ceiling windows and high tech AV - ideal for creative brainstorming, board meetings, training sessions and intimate gatherings.
An astonishing circular space with 25ft ceilings, and a truly world-class audio-visual system - capable of immersive 360 degree sound and vision - ideal for inspirational talks, cocktail parties, product launches and incredible dinners.
The world’s greatest spy book shop and our soaring lobby space with ceilings up to 50 feet, plus a vast video wall, is an exceptional location for book and product launches, drinks receptions and more.
A sleek and sophisticated 'black box' of over 5,000 sq ft, with panoramic floor to ceiling windows, black mirrored glass bar, 30 foot projection screen and views into the main galleries. Ideal for receptions, product launches and screenings, the North Gallery features a unique programmable ceiling of 4,000 LED lights for fantastic moving images and effects.
A clean, contemporary 'white box' of over 5,000 sq ft with panoramic floor to ceiling windows and 25ft ceilings. The South Gallery is limited only by your imagination - ideal for conferences, corporate events, dinner and dancing, etc.
A buyout of the entire museum, using separate spaces in parallel, allows for multiple configurations. You can bring in objects as large as a car, and our AV systems allow you to run your own content across 32 projectors,140 screens and 300 speakers throughout the museum.