The Centre for Computing History is pleased to announce that it will be opening its new home in Cambridge to the general public on the 27th July 2013. You will be able view and interact with a selection of computing history and see what the future will hold for this amazing facility.
The Centre for Computing History (Registered Charity No: 1130071) has been established to create a permanent public exhibition telling the story of the information age.
Some of the computers and games consoles on display include the Acorn BBC Micro, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, IBM PC, Amstrad CPC, Sega Megadrive, Super Nintendo and many more!
Cambridge is the ideal location for a computing museum as it’s the birth place of many important technology companies including Acorn, Sinclair and ARM.
Come and speak with the people involved in the project and find out more about our plans and aspirations for the future…
Until the 1st October 2013, entry to the museum will cost £5 per adult and £4 per child. Soft drinks, tea, coffee and snacks are available to purchase at the museum.
How to Find us
The museum is very close to the Beehive Centre in Cambridge. From the Beehive Centre, take the 3rd exit off the roundabout and go over the railway bridge. Immediately after the bridge there is a very sharp, double back left hand turn. Take that turn into the commercial estate and follow the road around to your right. Just before the railway crossing, turn into Rene Court on the right and you will see us there.
For more information about the museum, please visit http://www.computinghistory.org.uk