The Centre for Computing History is in Cambridge. It integrates history with computer science and education. And it makes the history of computing relevant and fun!
Since opening in 2013, the museum has demonstrated its ability to delight, motivate and excite all age groups through a variety of activities.
Project Odyssey – Smashes All Expectations!
The first stage of Project Odyssey, our fundraising campaign launched on 10 March by museum patron Dr Hermann Hauser, is now finished, having raised £100,000! (17-04-2015)
Project Odyssey Moves Closer to Goal!
Following the launch of our fundraising campaign – Project Odyssey - on 10 March by museum patron Dr Hermann Hauser, we are edging closer to our goal of raising £100,000 in thirty days. (08-04-2015)
Viva Computer Seeks Volunteers
Viva Computer, our Heritage Lottery funded audio-visual project, is now seeking volunteers to collect stories of the early days of computing in the Cambridge area. (18-03-2015)
Offer to Volunteer Your Skills and Labour
If you live in or around Cambridge, perhaps you might consider donating your time and helping us with any number of hands-on projects from painting and cleaning to installing security cameras, plumbing and fitting kitchen units!
Sponsor a Project
Are you a business? Would you be interested in sponsoring any of these projects? Maybe one of them is in your line of business and you'd be keen to sponsor the project by doing it at a reduced rate or even for free? In return, we would promote your company through a press release and high profile recognition at the museum.
We understand that many businesses haven't got the financial resources to donate to our computer museum project, but perhaps you would be keen to help in return for a web link to your company website? Please visit our sponsors page to see how this works.