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Computer and Game Console Museum Helsinki

Tyynenmerenkatu 11 | 4th And 5th Floor, Helsinki 00220, Finland
+358 10 3095555
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Small but free

It's a nice little trip down memory lane ...cant complain as its free to enter and is after all... read more

Reviewed 29 December 2017
Abigail H
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Walsall, United Kingdom
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A very short trip down memory lane

you can hardly call it a museum - took us 10 mins to see it 😬😳😂 more like see examples of... read more

Reviewed 5 November 2017
Sascha S
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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We all love old computers and now Verkkokauppa com and private collector Mr. Ari Tommiska want to share a very unique collection for free for all enthusiasts and visitors. The museum has an amazing display of old computers and gaming consoles from Ari's private collection. He's been collecting old computers and gaming consoles since 1984 and now for the first time the collection is available for public display. We hope this collection will bring back good old memories!
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“two floors” (3 reviews)
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Tyynenmerenkatu 11 | 4th And 5th Floor, Helsinki 00220, Finland
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Reviewed 29 December 2017 via mobile

It's a nice little trip down memory lane ...cant complain as its free to enter and is after all someone's personal collection. Wouldn't tell people to go out there way Hut if you are into gaming it's fun to see the old counsels.

Thank Abigail H
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Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

you can hardly call it a museum - took us 10 mins to see it 😬😳😂 more like see examples of elwctronic peeks

Thank Sascha S
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Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

Good place, brings back emotions! It is properly decorated and stocked with all the needed exhibits. Too bad it is so small, only two floors. But those are two floors of pure goodness, with old 80-90s commercials running on TVs..

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Reviewed 19 September 2017

Helsingin tietokonemuseo ja pelikonsolimuseo (Computer and Game Console Museum) is also called Tietokonemuseo ATA. It is situated on the 4th and the 5th floor of Verkkokauppa electronics shop. You get there only by a lift (an elevator). Opening hours are the same as for the...More

Thank JariJK
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Reviewed 6 June 2017

The museum is free and a nice break from all the traveling around the Helsinki area. Museum can be accessed by elevator in the 1 floor with the electronics store. Nice display of classic consoles and computers

Thank Khille
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Reviewed 17 November 2016

Museum was great place to visit, it brought back lot's of memories from childhood when internet didn't exist. Collection was fantastic, it was amazing to see very rare computers and game consoles early from 70's. The place was bit small. Free entry was very good!...More

Thank ape123413
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Reviewed 1 September 2016 via mobile

Worth visiting if you are near the ferry terminal. This museum is only small, 2 small rooms over two floors, but for anyone that has owned a games console in the last 30 years is a great trip back in time, and entry is free....More

Thank Tristan W
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

Interesting place, a little on the small side but well worth taking the elevator up for a look. Great display of some classic hardware.

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Reviewed 1 November 2015 via mobile

A bit of fun for free. Not a big walk from Kamppi so if you have a couple of hours spare and a special interest, or geeky kids them it could be fun.

Thank Shane B
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Reviewed 26 October 2015

We stopped by while waiting for our ferry as it's just oppositie the port. Not so much a museum as a couple of small floors of display cabinets with some retro computers in them. A nice collection but probably not worth a special trip unless...More

Thank OrangeHarvest
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