This article contains an index of locations by country:
- Military Communications and Electronics Museum, Kingston  a 4-rotor Enigma machine, .
- Maritime Command Museum, Halifax .
- See United States
- Royal Army and Military History Museum, Brussels. A 3-rotor Enigma machine (1935-1939).
- An Enigma is pictured in this page, which appears to be describing a museum within Finland: (Page in Finnish)
- Deutches Museum, München (3 and 4 wheel Enigmas and a Lorenz SZ42) , , .
- Heinz Nixdorf Museums Forum, Paderborn (Four-rotor Enigma, M-209, Lorenz SZ 40/42, CD-58, Porta cipher disk replica) .
- Royal Netherlands Army Signal Corps Museum. A 3-rotor Enigma, BC-543, KL-7, Ecolex 4 and EC-10 .
- Forsvarsmuseet, Oslo (Enigma machines) .
- The National Museum of Justice, Trondheim. A 3-rotor Enigma 
- Verkehrshaus, Swiss Museum of Transport, Lucerne (3-wheel Enigma in September 2002), see Wikipedia:de:Bild:Enigma Verkehrshaus Luzern.jpg .
- See United Kingdom
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