“Danger, Deception, and Disguise” NOW OPEN

Danger, Deception, and Disguise is the Berman Museum’s new permanent gallery that explores the mysterious world of espionage and pays homage to our founders, Farley and Germaine (Kinne) Berman, whom met while spying on each other during WWII.
This exhibit presents those who put their lives at risk serving undercover, as well as the materials and objects used in covert actions taken as a result of intelligence gathering and analysis.
Be sure to visit the Berman Museum to explore the art of espionage!