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Great hands-on museum where you can play all the old computers

Museum is only open about once a month so went onto their website to check when the next opening... read more

Reviewed 14 January 2018
Saratoga Springs, New York
a time machine to the recent electronic past

i donated a Vic 20 and a Commodore 64 to the museum as well as other peripherals . i go there to... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2016
Amherstburg, Canada
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Reviewed 14 January 2018

Museum is only open about once a month so went onto their website to check when the next opening was and scheduled my time carefully for it. I brought my 14 year old son and we both had a blast. We donated my old Texas...More

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Reviewed 1 July 2017

Based on the trip advisor reviews we drove to the museum but the house and side entrance was all closed. Upon reading the website for the museum, we discovered that it is only open a couple days each year...so please make sure you read their...More

1  Thank Seasidesewing
Reviewed 2 September 2016

i donated a Vic 20 and a Commodore 64 to the museum as well as other peripherals . i go there to visit them and other gadgets from the recent past. well worth a hour or two. check the hours carefully.

Thank djdexchange
Reviewed 17 November 2015

I've been visiting the PCM for years. It's amazing how much they have preserved the history and display the evolution of the computer and it's awesome how it's interactive

Thank MGiffin
Reviewed 2 October 2015

My 2 sons (21, 17) visited the Personal Computer Museum on their open house in September and had a great time. It brought back so many memories from the Sinclair SX, the original Mangnabox pong game, and of course playing ET on the Atari 2600....More

1  Thank travelfromCANADA
Reviewed 17 July 2015

Tucked away on a seeming residential street, the Computer Museum is a real treasure. I worked in the computer industry for the past 40 years and a lot of things here are quite familiar to me. What is best is that the computers are not...More

2  Thank Tim P
Reviewed 22 April 2015

If you enjoy technology and want to see the evolution of computing since the early days, visit the PC Museum in Brantford! You would never guess it's there behind a little white house on a residential street, but so many computers, most of them turned...More

2  Thank JeffBrand
Reviewed 5 December 2014

Went to a seminar that was held there quite informative. Easy to get along with atmosphere. So many varieties of technology, ie commodore 64, old monitors, gaming consoles.

1  Thank SparrowCAT
Reviewed 14 October 2014

It is a must see attraction. Game night is a blast for both me and my kids! This will be a trip down memory lane!

1  Thank Branman102
Reviewed 23 July 2014

This is the perfect outing for a rainy day. If you are a history/ computer buff, you will not be disappointed. Opened one Saturday per month, we enjoyed our 60 minute visit. We found a replica of our first computer, a Commodore 64 . All...More

4  Thank JaneFrances83
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