Established as an educational charity to tell the story of the Information Age, the Cambridge Computer Museum presents a collection of important computers and related artefacts.
Exhibitions spotlights the people behind the inventions and their stories, to inspire and enthuse future generations.
The Cambridge Centre for Computing History is the only museum in Europe to focus solely on the social and historical impact of the personal computer.
The computing industry has a fascinating history. In a very short space of time it has created the world's wealthiest man, witnessed some of the worst business decisions on record and generated the largest first year profits for any company in history!
The people, the inventions and the machines that have played key roles in this ongoing and influential story are all here.
Be Part of This Story...
Can you help in any way? Perhaps you have a service you can offer, vintage computing items that you would like to donate, or equipment or fittings that you no longer need?
Can you help us financially? Just click on the 'donate' button below to send money safely and securely via PayPal ...
The Centre for Computing History receives £1m funding boost
Cambridge,15 July 2019 – The Centre for Computing History (CCH) today announced it received a £1m funding boost, enabling the purchase of its Cambridge premises. (15-07-2019)
Magic Knight Computer Preserved at Museum
Video game designer and programming genius, David Jones, has donated his Tandy TRS-80 Model III computer to the Centre for Computing History. (02-07-2019)
Museum Joins LEO Computers Reunion
On the 7th April 2019, the Centre for Computing History joined the LEO Computers Society 2019 reunion and exhibition at the splendid venue of the Victory Services Club, Marble Arch, London. (25-04-2019)