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American Computer Museum, Bozeman

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  • Small but packed with history! Really interesting exhibits on the development of our electronic world. Everything from Ancient Greek computer to 1970s video games. Loved special exhibit on Enigma mach...  more »
  • If you ever wanted to know how that amazing smart phone in your pocket came into being, this is the place to go. The complete story from ancient times to the video game and smart phone age is all clea...  more »
  • I really enjoyed my brief visit to the American Computer Museum. Their collection of computers and related stuff is very impressive and interisting. Definitely worth a visit.  more »
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  • Don't pass this one by. It has a lot of interesting information and exhibits. Enigma machine!
  • Very cool experience. They have a lot of extremely interesting computers and general technology from the 1900's. I would definitely recommend going. Please do be mindful that it is a non-profit organization and admission is free but donations are very helpful.
  • While it may seem quiet and unassuming from the outside, this museum if filled to the brim with fantastic exhibits and materials. I can spend the whole afternoon in here as an adult, and my kiddos stay occupied for a long time too! Admission prices are on a donation basis.
  • A very interesting exhibition showcasing everything from a Babylonian stone tablet to the Apollo mission's onboard computer! Highlights include: -) The first ever personal calculator (signed by inventors) -) Copy of Altair Basic (signed by Gates and Allen) -) A missile guidance system (onboard computer) -) Many original historic documents including accounts of payments to Samuel Morse by the US government and several original war telegraphs from Lincoln's time -) A NASA ground control mainframe (last of its kind) -) An ant's brain (under a microscope, of course) Plus an exhibition dedicated to the history of the Enigma machine and the Turing Bombe. The staff were extremely friendly! Admission was free but donations were welcome.
  • Wonderful display from Cuneiform to the latest communications and technology. Enigma display and description on Bomba de-coders was fabulous. I highly recommend a tour for all ages.