The National Museum of ComputingMilton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
The National Museum of Computing is located on the secret wartime codebreaking campus of Bletchley Park.
You can see: a rebuild of Colossus, the world's first modern computer in action (used during World War II to crack Nazi codes); the WITCH, the world's oldest working digital computer (it's the size of a wall and flashes and clatters as it calculates) and big iron" computers that look like washing machines.
You can try out: the first home and school computers from the 1980s; the famous 1986 school's BBC Domesday project on the original laserdisc technology; and the 2011 Domesday update on today's Touchtable that is like a huge iPad.
You can even try your hand at coding on BBC computers from the 1980s."
Thursday, Saturday & Sunday 12:00 - 17:00
Pricing & Tickets
Adults: £7.50, Concessions: £5.00, Family: £20.00
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Yes, there is parking onsite.