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Living Computer Museum

2245 1st Avenue South, Seattle

Admission to Living Computer Museum for Two or Four, or Admission and T-shirts for One, Two, or Four (Up to 38% Off)

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Highlights

Follow the history of computers by interacting with machines from the 1960s through today

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Clarinehelpful reviewer
4 ratings4 reviews
April 9, 2017
We liked the whole museum, but we especially enjoyed the third floor where the earliest computers and mainframes are displayed and actually working. My husband found a couple of models he had used back in the early days of his career. We enjoyed moving at a leisurely pace, but there were information cards and people around to give more info.
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Veronicatop reviewer
15 ratings12 reviews
March 29, 2017
What a fun museum! Give yourselves several hours!
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Andreatop reviewer helpful reviewer
33 ratings23 reviews1 photos
November 30, 2016
The people working there were very friendly and helpful. My son and his friend particularly liked getting to play on some older computers.
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Monikatop reviewer
16 ratings5 reviews
November 9, 2016
Great place to take kids and blow their minds at what we used to think was cool and cutting-edge!
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Kentop reviewer
98 ratings6 reviews
October 29, 2016
hidden gem. great history and lots of great memories. excellent spot to kill a couple hours on a rainy afternoon
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steven
1 ratings1 reviews
September 19, 2016
Such an amazing experience. That they allow you to actually mess around with these amazing devices blows my mind. So much fun. Would love to spend a few days there if I had the chance.
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Jonna
2 ratings2 reviews
September 17, 2016
LCM was great - spent 3 hours there and could still go back!
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Christinetop reviewer
15 ratings13 reviews
September 3, 2016
An enjoyable experience. Expect to spend 1-2 hours during your visit. At certain times, tours are offered (no additional cost). Featured computers from throughout the decades are operational and visitor usage is encouraged. Quite a few staff were on hand to assist if you have questions and/or want assistance using the computers. Many information boards throughout the museum - lots of learning opportunities.
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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)

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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.