Welcome to the National Cryptologic Museum Foundation (NCMF)

The NCMF directly supports the National Cryptologic Museum (NCM), the first public museum in the U.S. Intelligence Community.

Located adjacent to the National Security Agency (NSA) in Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, the NCM houses a priceless collection of artifacts that represent our Nation's history in code making and code breaking. The world class library in the NCM provides visitors an unprecedented opportunity to study works on Cryptology from the very rare to contemporary. The NCMF is also leading the effort to build a new Cyber Center for Education and Innovation ~ Home of the National Cryptologic Museum.

Learn about the joint mission of the NCMF & NCM, and the ways in which the NCMF supports the Museum HERE. Thank you for visiting!



  • NCMF 2015 Spring Program

    Register for the 2015 Spring Cryptologic Program

  • WHM 2015

    Happy Women's History Month 2015! Stay with us as we celebrate female cryptologic pioneers.

  • James Pryde NBC4

    NBC4 3-Part Series on "Invisible Cryptologists" features Mr. James Pryde

  • Colossus Stamp

    Royal Mail honors Tommy Flowers with Colossus stamp.

  • 2015 Crypto Cup

    Get ready for the 2015 Crypto Cup!

  • Museum Oskars 2015

    NCM receives 9 Museum Oskars!

  • Imitation Game machines at the NCM

    The Imitation Game machines at the NCM!

  • In Memoriam Registry

    Honor their cryptologic service today.

  • General Gordon Blake

    An interesting & little known fact about General Gordon Blake

  • Cybersecurity Paper Competition

    Submissions open for Cybersecurity Paper Competition

  • Forgotten Female Programmers

    The Forgotten Female Programmers Who Created Modern Tech

  • New Native American Code Talker Exhibit

    New Native American Code Talker exhibit unveiled at NCM.

  • 2015 CCH Symposium Call for Papers

    Call for Papers for the 2015 NSA CCH Symposium

  • Variations on a Theme at NCM

    New addition to Cryptologic Treasures exhibit at NCM

  • B207 Hitler's Enigma

    B207 Enigma is believed to have been used at the Fuhrer Headquarters.

  • NCM Reviewed in The New York Times

    National Cryptologic Museum Reviewed in "The New York Times"