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All reviews computer games trip down memory lane retro games wonderful trip working computers oculus rift pac man older machines space invaders brought back memories early days blast from the past entrance fee interesting displays on display well worth the visit few hours
Excellent visit and brought back nostalgic memories of days gone by
Was great to show our kids how computers and computer games were when we were their age and we all really enjoyed having a go on the exhibits
Thank Andy M
MuseumofComputing, Manager at Museum of Computing, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Came as a leader of a youth group. Had prearranged with the curator to do some work with coding, which was good fun making our own version of Space Invaders!
Then had a look around the gallery which was brilliant! So many classic computer and...More
My partner is very interested in history of computers and this museum has alot, all sorts of of computers, adding machines, computer game consoles, monitors everything computer. The museum is run by a gentleman who is obviously passionate about computers and was extremely knowledgeable about...More
Thank Rose D
MuseumofComputing, Manager at Museum of Computing, responded to this reviewResponded 31 August 2018
With the rule "if it is working, you can use it gently", this place will give you the possibility of trying out different pieces of computer history like an Apple II, BBC Micro, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST or even different time points in video gaming...More
What a fantastic find - and right in the town where I live!
A trip down memory lane seeing old tech like the Vic20 and ZX Spectrum.
So much on display to look at.
My daughter, visiting from the US, who is a tech geek...More
1 Thank Jonathan K
MuseumofComputing, Owner at Museum of Computing, responded to this reviewResponded 19 June 2018
I have been wanting to visit the museum for a long time - I'm only here 10-14 days a year (I leave in the USA) - and because the museum is run by volunteers, the hours of operation are a bit inconvenient. That is the...More
MuseumofComputing, Manager at Museum of Computing, responded to this reviewResponded 11 June 2018