Computer Museums in the Best of the Web Directory

Computer Museums

  • American Computer Museum

    Presents history and information of computers and age exhibits. Includes collection photographs.

  • American University Computing History Museum

    Facilitates computing and support awareness to teachers in the related fields. Includes contact information.

  • Atari Museum

    Compiles Atari artifacts and games, details computer systems, and lists archived documents and materials. Includes reference listings.

  • Bletchley Park Center

    Provides information on the technology used to break the enigma code. Includes event schedule, conferences details and online shop inventory.

  • Computer History Museum

    Documents and preserves the information related to the information revolution and its impact on society.

  • Greater Pittsburgh Vintage Computer Museum

    Presents old computers, peripherals, user's manuals, magazines, software, books, and old advertisements.

  • Home Computer Museum

    Pools in photographic collections of European and International home computers. Includes articles and resource listings.

  • HP Computer Museum

    Features a collection of early Hewlett-Packard computers, software, technical manuals and marketing materials from as early as 1966.

  • Old Computers Museum

    View magazines, forums, collection details, historical backgrounds, and museum exhibits for old computers and technologies.

  • Pelikonepeijoonit

    Presents arctic computer and console museum collections, articles, and message boards. Includes news and resource listings.

  • The ReBirth Museum

    Discusses the software which revolutionized computer software simulation. Includes freeware file downloads, historical background, and support group details.

  • Rhode Island Computer Museum

    Provides collection details, project listings, membership information, and event schedules.

  • The Symbolics Lisp Machine Museum

    Collates information, pictures, descriptions, technical details, and listings to various old computers. Includes contact information.

  • Time-Warp

    Archive of technological advances from 1900 to the present. Features calculating machines, radio, audio equipment, telephones, and computers.

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