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1401 North Shoreline Boulevard, Mountain View, CA, United States, 94043
The Computer History Museum traces the growth of the information age. Opened in 1996, this museum houses an impressive collection of computing artifacts and software, some of which date back to the 1950s. Exhibits, photographs and films on the history of the computer industry are a great insight into the technological revolution and its role in shaping society. The Software Arch, Revolution exhibition, PDP-1 minicomputer and Cray-1 supercomputer are the museum’s highlights.
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