Adult Retro Gaming Parties
The Centre for Computing History offers you a unique venue to host adult birthday parties and other celebrations. You will love our huge range of retro games and the nostalgic atmosphere.
The museum is available to hire from 7pm to 11pm, Wednesday to Sunday and you will have the entire public area of the museum to yourself. Your guests will have access to all of the hands-on gaming consoles and computers the museum has on display.
We will supply tables in our foyer area where you can set out your own food and drinks. We can also recommend a paid bar option too.
Our package includes :
- Exclusive access to the three public areas of the museum - The Foyer, 80s Classroom and Main Gallery including the Game Zone.
- 'Party style' music and lighting will be provided in the Main Gallery.
- Our unique BIG SCREEN gaming features not normally available during a normal museum visit.
- Our projected BIG SCREEN Mario Kart set-up in the 80s Classroom. Great 4 player fun for kids young and old!
The latest in Virtual Reality gaming from PlayStation.<- unavailable until further notice due to the pandemic.
The consumption of food and drink is restricted to the foyer area only.
The maximum capacity for attendees at an Adult Retro Gaming Party is 60.
We charge £480 per event (7pm to 11pm).
A £50 non-refundable deposit will be required at the time of booking with the remainder payable at the start of the event.
Please bear in mind we are a museum and we ask that all guests respect the displays and games at all times. Please also note that running is not permitted in the museum to ensure the safety of the collection and our guests. All invited guests must be informed of these requirements prior to or upon arrival.
We ask that you take responsibility for clearing up any spillages and dropped food and leave the museum in the clean state that we provided it. Cleaning equipment is available. It is your responsibility to take any waste away with you.
To enquire about a birthday party, please send an email to email@example.com.
If you're wondering what the museum looks like inside, check out these 360 degree images.
The foyer is home to the MegaProcessor, the world's largest working model of a microprocessor. There are also cafe tables where you can sit down and eat as well as the 'Pac Lunch Shop' where you can buy drinks and snacks.
The Video Game Zone
A timeline of the greatest video game consoles and the best and worst of video games. All are interactive and fully playable.
The Main Gallery
The main gallery is home to the '8 Bit Eighties' display, the 'Convergence' display and lots more ...
The following video was filmed out our Family Gaming Night and gives you a feel for the atmosphere at the museum.