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I stopped by here on a whim when I saw the sign off of 95N. This is a nice little museum with a very knowledgable tour guide, and all sorts of cryptologic history. My favorite part was playing on actual Enigma machines. There is a...更多
My husband and I try to make this a stop each time we are near Washington, DC. It's a true hidden gem that is very informative with encryption/code history.
First of all the museum is not in Baltimore MD, it is in Fort Meade, MD. We stopped here by accident on the way to New York from DC, but found the museum to be very interesting and entertaining from a history of cryptology perspective....更多
Off the normal tourist route, this museum is full of "code talker" & encryption history. About 20 minutes south of Baltimore, the museum is free; takes donations. Suitable for younger visitors since it has many interactive, hands on stations. There is an actual cryptograph from...更多
Very interesting little museum. Learned a lot about cryptology and how much it may have influenced war activities and outcome! I would say for 3rd grade and up it is a marvelous place to visit and do hands on cryptology. The two classes who were...更多
Most of us are somewhat aware of what Enigma and various code breaking machines have meant during war time. This museum expands the knowledge, starting in early American history and continuing to the modern era. Well put together display (except for a handful of really...更多
Superb guided tour by guide Steve Groff. Not only did he explain what we were looking at (various cryptologic devices) but also told us why each one was significant in terms of American history. A mixed group of adults (40 to 80 year olds) but...更多