Retro Computer Festival 2024 - Sunday 10th November

Retro Computer Festival 2024 - Sunday 10th November
Item Qty To Buy Price
Adult (Sunday) £10.00
Child (Sunday) £7.00
Concession (Sunday) £8.00
Family - one adult (Sunday) £21.00
Family - two adults (Sunday) £30.00

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We're very happy to announce our 2024 Retro Computer Festival - our biggest yet, with more exhibitors than ever before.

We'll be dedicating another entire weekend to the Retro Computing Community. The Centre for Computing History will be opening its doors on the 9th and 10th November 2024 and welcoming enthusiasts to exhibit their personal collections, retro computing mods and state of the art hacks.

The event will be free to exhibitors and entry for visitors is just standard museum entry.

Watch this space!

We're inviting collectors and portable computer enthusiasts to come show us their favourite machines, tell us about their history and demonstrate what they're capable of. And of course, we'll be getting some rare and unusual  machines on display from the museum's own collection!

So watch this space - we'll be updating this page with the news from the exhibitors shortly and tell you more about what you'll see. 

Could you exhibit? Drop Tony a line on to enquire.


Spaces for these exciting hands-on events are limited, so booking is required to ensure your place.

Payment is taken by PayPal immediately. Please print a copy of the receipt that is displayed at the end of the payment process and bring it with you as your e-ticket.

We are still maintaining some Covid precautions to protect our staff & visitors.
Hand sanitisers are available throughout the museum. Please wash
your hands regularly when using the machines.

Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!


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