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Mountain View, California Computer History Museum

Computer History Museum

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1401 North Shoreline BoulevardMountain ViewCalifornia 94043
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Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California

Home to the largest collection of computer artifacts in the world, the Computer History Museum is the leading organization exploring the history of computing and its influence on society. The Museum features exhibits such as, the evolution of computer software, hardware, ephemera, moving images and photographs. Spend a day at the Computer History Museum and you will experience the past come to life through exclusively designed education programs, acclaimed speaker series, on-site tours and interactive exhibitions.


Hours -

Wednesday-Sunday, 10:00am - 5:00pm


  • Adults, $15
  • Seniors/Students/Active Military, $12
  • 12 & Under, Free


  • Revolutionaries
  • KQED Public Radio Speaker Series
  • The Martian's Daughter: A Memoir


  • Guided Tours
  • Multi-Media Exhibits
  • Corporate Functions
  • Interactive Displays - PONG
  • Online Exhibits


Celebrating over 2000 years of computing, The Computer History Museum offers an amazing look into the evolution of computers. The museum features more than 1,100 artifacts and spectacular interactive exhibits, including the very first computers, Pong and Spacewar, and extensive multi-media exhibitions.

Venue Rental

Centrally-located in Silicon Valley, the Computer History Museum is the ideal venue for receptions, conferences, seminars, corporate functions, sale meetings and banquets. Featuring a state of the art screening room, multiple break-out rooms and flexible meeting space, the Museum is perfect for your next affair in the Bay Area. To get started planning your event call 650-810-1021.


  • On-site dining and food options nearby

    Located in the Computer History Museum, The Cloud Café is a bistro style eatery offering freshly brewed coffee, local wines, sandwiches and salads. For dining options outside of the Museum, take a stroll through the downtown area and you'll find sidewalk cafés, coffeehouses, and restaurants serving fresh to table local cuisine.
  • Guided tours

    To make the most of your time while, the Museum offers daily guided tours and demonstrations. The guided path through the museum is in chronological order from the abacus and punch cards to enigma machine to the modern computer. Self-guided tours are welcome to explore at your own pace.

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