The huge painting Portrait of a Dead WITCH by John Yeadon may not be in the world’s top ten list of missing works of art, but it is one that is now eagerly sought by The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park.
Every afternoon from 1-30 August 2015, there will be fun for all the family with lots of pop-up events amongst the wonders of computing past, present and future. From secret ciphers to robots and games ...
The EDSAC Project at TNMOC is one of two, projects shortlisted for the 2015 Icon Conservation Awards in the Conservation of an Industrial Heritage Artefact category. Winners will be announced in October.
Ensoft, software developer for the Internet and large networks, has donated £50,000 to TNMOC. The funding will help create emulators to enable students to experience running 1950’s computers after their visit.
Take part in the App-a-thon Guinness World Record attempt at TNMOC on 13 June 2015. The family fun day event, which is open to all, will be held at many venues across the UK. Register for your place now.
A new gallery featuring interactive exhibits highlighting the past, present and future of air traffic control has opened at TNMOC. Sponsored by NATS, the centre-piece of the gallery is an Air Traffic Control Simulator.