An invitation to MK companies to see computers from the dawn of the information age and to explore the benefits of links with a Museum that looks to the future on 23 January 2013.
More than one million views on You Tube across the globe. Come and see it for yourself: the world's oldest original working digital computer. TNMOC is open to the general public this Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm.
The second Milton Keynes Raspberry Jam is at TNMOC on Sunday 30 September 2012 from 10am to 12:30pm.
Free places, but limited numbers. Book now.
The largest meeting of slide rule collectors ever held will be hosted by the UK Slide Rule Circle (UKSRC) at The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) and Bletchley Park on 21-22 September 2012.
All of TNMOC will be open to the public on Saturday, Sunday and Monday afternoons (1-5pm) over the bank holiday weekend, 25-27 August.
It will also have additional opening to the general public on Sunday 2 September.
Raspberry Jam at TNMOC on Sunday 19 August 2012 from 10am to 12.30pm.
SOLD OUT: waiting list only.
Station X, a geek meet held once a month at Bletchley Park, will be at TNMOC on 15 August 2012.
A special TNMOC event at Bletchley Park on 26 April 2012. You Tube video of the event now online.
The National Museum of Computing worked with The Projected Picture Trust at Bletchley Park in October 2011 to bring some computing history using some cinema history.
VCF GB 2010 19-20 June 2010. Hosted and run by TNMOC in and around the museum at Bletchley Park: Britain's first Vintage Computing Festival..
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