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Computer History Museum

Home to the largest collection of computer artifacts in the world, the Computer History Museum is the leading organization exploring the history of computer science and its influence on society. This Silicon Valley Museum features exclusively designed education programs, acclaimed speaker series, on-site tours, and interactive exhibitions including the evolution of computer software, hardware, ephemera, moving images and photographs.

Computer History Museum at Mountain View, California

Computer History Museum: Tours And Interactive Exhibits Of The Computer Generation

1401 North Shoreline Boulevard , Mountain View, California , 94043
Distance from hotel: 3.2 Miles


  • Wednesday - Sunday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Fridays 10:00 AM- 9:00 PM


  • Adults: $17.50
  • Children (8-10): $6
  • Seniors/Students/Military: $13.50
  • Children 7 and under: Free


  • Friday Nights @CHM
  • Design_Code Programs
  • CHM Live
  • Technically Speaking


  • Guided Tours
  • Multi-Media Exhibits
  • Special Lectures
  • Corporate Functions
  • Interactive Displays - PONG
  • Demo Lab

Where Can I Eat Near The Computer History Museum?

Located in the Computer History Museum, The Cloud Café offers a bistro-style menu serving freshly brewed coffee, local wines, pastries, sandwiches, soups, and salads overlooking a sprawling campus. For nearby dining options, take a stroll through the downtown area and dine at sidewalk cafés, coffeehouses, and restaurants serving fresh to table local cuisine including Cucian Venti and Zareen's located next to the museum.

Does The Computer History Museum Offer Guided Tours?

To make the most of your time, take a guided, docent-led tour at the Computer History Museum. Move along a guided path through the museum in chronological order from the abacus and punch cards to the enigma machine and the modern-day computer. Explore the museum at your own pace with a self-guided tour through the computer evolution.

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