We are open 5 days a week from Wednesday through to Sunday. We open 7 days a week for school holiday periods (Christmas, Easter, Summer and half terms). We open 10am-5pm.
Summer 2017 - For Summer 2017, we will be open 7 days a week from Monday 24th July to Sunday 3rd September. We close on the 4th and 5th of September as we revert back to our usual opening days.
Entry Fees: The entry fee is £8 for adults and £6 for children between 5 and 16. Students, carers and over 60s are £7. Under 5's are free. A family ticket is available for £24 for up to two adults and two children.
These charges do not apply to schools. More information for schools can be found here.
Annual passes are available. More information can be found here.
Credit and debit cards are accepted at the Centre.
Centre for Computing History
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Q: When are you open?
A: We are open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm (last admissions 4pm).
Q: What is the Entry Fee?
A: The current entry fee is £8 for adults and £6 for children between 5 and 16. Under 5's are free. A family ticket is available for £24 for up to two adults and two children. Students, carers and over 60s are £7. Please note school visits are charges separately.
Q: How do we find you?
A: 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 round to your right. Just before the railway crossing, turn into Rene Court on the right and you will see us there.
Q: Do you have a gift shop?
A: Yes indeed we have a selection of gifts and souvenirs to purchase after your visit including t-shirts, mugs, key rings, games and retro items to name just a few.
Q: Are we able to see old computers working?
A: Absolutely! Additionally, many of our exhibits are hands-on so you can actually use them. This has always been the driving ambition of the museum, to allow visitors to interact with past technology and to understand what computing was like from the very beginning.
Q: I'm a school teacher - do you have facilities for educational visits?
A: Yes, definitely. For additional information on the array of exciting educational workshops available at the Centre for Computing History, please see our School Visits page or email us for further details and booking information at: email@example.com