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Computer History Museum

94043 Mountain View, CA, United States of America (USA) (California)

Address 1401 North Shoreline Blvd.
Floor area 2 323 m² / 25 000 ft²  
Museum typ Exhibition
Computer / Informatic
  • Robotic
  • Tubes/Valves / Semiconductors
  • Media
  • Historic Engineering Landmarks

Opening times
Wednesday - Sunday: 10am - 5pm; Holiday & Special Hours see:

Status from 12/2023
General: $19.50; reduced: $15.00; T2-day package: $29.50; reduced: $25.00 Youth (8−10): $6.50
reduced =Students (11+ years old), seniors (65+ years old), and active US military

Tel.:+1-650-810-1010  Fax:+1-650-810-1055   


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Location / Directions
N37.414255° W122.077271°N37°24.85530' W122°4.63626'N37°24'51.3180" W122°4'38.1756"

By Public Transportation

The Computer History Museum is approximately 2 miles from the Mountain View Caltrain/VTA Light Rail Station located at Castro and Evelyn Streets in downtown Mountain View.

Weekday service from the Mountain View Station to Pear Avenue and Shoreline Blvd. is available via the Caltrain Shoreline Shuttle

By car


Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

D: Gemeinschaftserzeugn Enigma (1938)
USA: IBM; Armonk, N.Y. Monochrome Monitor 5151 (1981)
USA: IBM; Armonk, N.Y. PC - Personal Computer System-Unit 5150 (1981)

Some example tube pages for sets you can see there:

COUNTING AND MEASUREMENT, Williams-Kilburn (1947)
Double Triode 6C8G (1937)


The Computer History Museum is the world's leading institution exploring the history of computing and its ongoing impact on society. It is home to the largest international collection of computing artifacts in the world, encompassing computer hardware, software, documentation, ephemera, photographs and moving images. The Museum brings computer history to life through an acclaimed speaker series, dynamic website, on-site tours, as well as physical and online exhibitions.
We invite you to experience our exhibitions and explore our extensive online resources.


The First 2000 Years of Computing is a rich, multimedia exhibition that traces the history of modern computing, everything from the abacus to the smart phone.

Revolution is fun, informative and thought-provoking. It has something for everyone, from technical experts and geeks to curious non-techies who wonder how sophisticated computing technology ended up in, among other places, their microwave ovens. The exhibition spins the stories of computing history in an orientation theater, 19 galleries and five mini-theaters showing high-definition videos produced by the Museum. Each gallery is a themed mini-exhibition that covers a particular aspect of the evolution of computing.


The mission of the Computer History Museum is to preserve and present for posterity the artifacts and stories of the information age. As such, the Museum plays a unique role in the history of the computing revolution and its worldwide impact on the human experience. presents here one of the many museum pages. We try to bring data for your direct information about all that is relevant. In the list (link above right) you find the complete listing of museums related to "Radio & Co." we have information of. Please help us to be complete and up to date by using the contact form above.



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