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.
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Please Share Your Memories
The call has gone out for anyone who remembers the early days of computing to participate in two special Drop-in Memory Days. (22-01-2016)
YouTube Star to Host Terrible Old Games Day!
YouTube’s satirical, funny man Stuart Ashen is set to host a Terrible Old Games Day at the museum on Saturday 23rd January. (15-01-2016)
25 years of ARM in 25 Objects
ARM, the jewel in the crown of the Cambridge tech industry, is the focus of our latest exhibition which opened to the public on November 28th. (04-12-2015)