June 16, 2012 · 10:00 AM
This location is shown only to members
The Computer History Museum is home to the largest international collection of computing artifacts in the world. The collection includes computer hardware, software, photographs and moving images.
The current exhibition is "Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing". It has 19 galleries, each focusing on a particular aspect of computing evolution. The exhibition is designed for self-guided tours. Docent tours are also available and add a new level of insight to the collection.
On extended loan is a working Babbage Engine, a computer designed by Charles Babbage 153 years ago but never constructed. Engine No. 2 was built from the original drawings and does work!
Admission is $15/person.
This is a cross-post event with GLBT 40+ Social.