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Computer History Museum General Admission Ticket

Computer History Museum General Admission Ticket - Mountain View, United States

Duration: 2 to 7 hours
Location: Mountain View, United States

From USD
$17.50

Spend the day at the Computer History Museum! Discover the spectacular history of computing in Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing, a comprehensive, media-rich exhibition with 19 galleries and over 1,000 unique artifacts.  Fly through the World of Warcraft's fantastic world of Azeroth, learn Photoshop from the pros, and speed-text your way to victory in our newest, interactive exhibition, Make Software Change the World! Unwind at CHM's café, stroll through the gift shope, and enjoy plenty of free, on-site parking.

Visit: Computer History Museum, 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA 94043-1311

Explore the spectacular history of computing in Revolution:  The First 2000 Years of Computing, from mysterious ancient devices to technologies of the future.  Journey through 19 galleries, each dedicated to a different aspect of computing.  Discover the back stories, development dramas, and astonishing breakthroughs of the gadgets, gurus and companies you love or love to hate.

Enter Make Software: Change the World! and experience a uniquely designed space that follows the stories of seven transformative software applications - Photoshop, MP3, Car Crash, Wikipedia, Texting, and World of Warcraft. A multimedia software lab anchors the exhibition and encourages visitors to learn programming basics through a series of interactive activities.

Step into our PDP-1 and 1401 Demo Labs to see classic computing. Learn how the DEC PDP-1 minicomputer captivated an early generation of hackers with its real-time capability, advanced graphics and interstellar game Spacewar! Discover the sights and sounds of a 1960's Business Center featuring one of the most popular mainframe computers of all time, the IBM 1401.

Take land, air and sea by storm!  Discover the decades-long challenge to bring self-driving cars to the general public.  Self-driving cars have remained perpetually tow decades away since the 1030's, while over the past century autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles have conquered the air, sea and roamed the edges of our solar system.  Sit in a Waymo self-driving car and ask yourself are things about to change.

Spend the day at the Computer History Museum! Discover the spectacular history of computing in Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing, a comprehensive, media-rich exhibition with 19 galleries and over 1,000 unique artifacts.  Fly through the World of Warcraft's fantastic world of Azeroth, learn Photoshop from the pros, and speed-text your way to victory in our newest, interactive exhibition, Make Software Change the World! Unwind at CHM's café, stroll through the gift shope, and enjoy plenty of free, on-site parking.

Visit: Computer History Museum, 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA 94043-1311

Explore the spectacular history of computing in Revolution:  The First 2000 Years of Computing, from mysterious ancient devices to technologies of the future.  Journey through 19 galleries, each dedicated to a different aspect of computing.  Discover the back stories, development dramas, and astonishing breakthroughs of the gadgets, gurus and companies you love or love to hate.

Enter Make Software: Change the World! and experience a uniquely designed space that follows the stories of seven transformative software applications - Photoshop, MP3, Car Crash, Wikipedia, Texting, and World of Warcraft. A multimedia software lab anchors the exhibition and encourages visitors to learn programming basics through a series of interactive activities.

Step into our PDP-1 and 1401 Demo Labs to see classic computing. Learn how the DEC PDP-1 minicomputer captivated an early generation of hackers with its real-time capability, advanced graphics and interstellar game Spacewar! Discover the sights and sounds of a 1960's Business Center featuring one of the most popular mainframe computers of all time, the IBM 1401.

Take land, air and sea by storm!  Discover the decades-long challenge to bring self-driving cars to the general public.  Self-driving cars have remained perpetually tow decades away since the 1030's, while over the past century autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles have conquered the air, sea and roamed the edges of our solar system.  Sit in a Waymo self-driving car and ask yourself are things about to change.

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