Computer History Museum

The Computer History Museum aims to preserve artifacts and stories from the Information Age; it is also home to one of the largest international collection of computer artifacts in the world, encompassing computer hardware, software, documentation, ephemera, photographs, oral histories and moving images.
Your students will be able to explore the history of the computering, discover the mysterious ancient devices in comparison to innovative technologies of the future, and understand how technology has advanced over 2,000 years. The museum holds several exhibitions, such as the ‘IBM 1401 Demo Lab’, ‘PDP-1’,’The Babbage Engine’ and more!

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