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Computer History Museum

Mountain View, CA
1401 N Shoreline Blvd Mountain View, CA, 94043
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  • Bosco Gong 6 days ago

    Nice museum. We stopped by after touring the Google campus. We've come long way with computing devices and applications of digital technology. Some with negative societal ramifications.

  • Samantha Harington 112 days ago

    I am not what one would consider a tech enthusiast by any means. My husband is however, and that's why we ended up going to the computer history museum. I am so glad we did. It was incrediblyely fascinating! You definitely need a few hours in this place to see everything. I would recommend wearing comfy shoes!

  • rajendra todalbagi 116 days ago

    Excellent museum to learn the entire history of computers right from punching cards to supercomputers. Very well organized on a time scale as the evolution/revolution took place in computing from early 20th century. Highly educative and informative with computers and related accessories kept for viewing by the visitors. There are also narratives , audio shows and video shows for the viewers which makes it very appealing and fulfilling. A day is not enough if one wants to go through the museum in detail. A must visit for all those who are interested in computers and computing in general.

  • Amanda Supak 124 days ago

    This is one of the coolest museums I've been too! They did a good job of making the exhibits interesting, and many times show the actual devices from decades ago. It really makes you appreciate the technology we have now. You probably need at least 3 to 4 hours to really see everything without rushing.

  • Ward Dougherty 125 days ago

    Awesome museum – a must for any technophile. It was easy to find and has a fair amount of parking. The building is a large 2 story structure but all the exhibits are on the first floor. We got a discount buying tickets online so I would suggest going online to see if you can get do the same thing. You check in at the front counter where they give you a collar tab to wear and a map. They offer tours at certain times of the day. We took the one at noon. It was fascinating. The displays are very well done and the tour guide was extremely knowledgeable. Once we finished the tour we wandered the rest of the museum. There is a group of interactive displays that teach programming and other rooms that we didn’t even get to. I plan to visit here again. Great museum.

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