“learn the history of the CPU!”
The museum opened in 1990 in Bozeman, Montana as a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization. Originally it was planned for Princeton, New Jersey. The founders, George & Barbara Keremedjiev moved to Bozeman in 1988 to raise their two children, Helen and Mark - in the splendors of Montana's natural beauty. After analyzing the tourism in the area - the decision was made to open the museum in Bozeman. Located in beautiful Montana, the museum attracts thousands of visitors from throughout the world. With Yellowstone National Park to the south and Glacier National Park to the northwest, the museum has drawn tourists from over 35 countries, all U.S.A. states and all Canadian Provinces. It is an ideal family destination.
Great little museum. If you are 40-50 years old, the old computer displays will bring back a lot of memories.
Extremely well done! A lot of information and impressive displays. I very much enjoyed the Women in Computing exhibit.
Nice little museum to walk around. Great place to stop and take a break from the road.
This is a wonderful museum. Although small it has lots of information and many displays. Not to be missed in a Bozeman visit!
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American Computer Museum
- Sun - Sat: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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