Follow the history of computers by interacting with machines from the 1960s through today
About This Deal
Choose from Five Options
- $8 for admission for two ($12 value)
- $15 for admission for four ($24 value)
- $9 for admission and a museum T-shirt for one ($14.20 value)
- $17.50 for admission and a museum T-shirt for two ($28.40 value)
- $35.50 for admission and a museum T-shirt for four ($56.80 value)
About Living Computers: Museum + Labs
Established by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the Living Computer Museum presents the history of computing and computer technology from the 1960s to the present. They offer the largest collection of fully restored and still usable supercomputers, mainframes, minicomputers, and microcomputers to highlight the achievements of early pioneers in computing.
- Size: 30,000 square feet
- Interactive activities: Write your own BASIC programs, play vintage computer games, and use a Teletype.
- Pro tip: Museum staffers are around to give tutorials on how to use the different computers.
- Onsite library: Vintage books, manuals, and magazines available for reading alongside modern books on computing history.
- For kids: The BitZone teaches kids and families about computing concepts through interactive displays geared toward youngsters.