This summer, visit our museum before the usual general public opening times. On Friday 28 July and Friday 25 August 2017 from 10.30am - 12 noon, there will be Relaxed Openings for people with autism. Registration required. Normal entrance fees apply.
Django Girls MK launch Girls Code Meetups at the home of computing on 11 July 2017 from 7pm. Where better than to learn to code at the home of Colossus? Developers who would like to help are also welcome. Men are too!
It’s back! The week-long coding event for keen young programmers and developers aged 12-17 returns to TNMOC. It runs daily 10am to 5pm from 31 July - 4 August 2017. Registration required, but it's free! And friendly!
It's back! The Milton Keynes Raspberry Jam returns and will be at The National Museum of Computing. From 10am on 15 July 2017. Come to share your knowledge, learn new things and meet other Raspberry Pi fans.
D-Day will be remembered at TNMOC on Sunday 4 June 2017 with the help of Home Guard re-enactors, 1940s vehicles, Vickers gun emplacement, live radio transmissions with continental Europe - and of course the working rebuild Colossus.
A hands-on and exciting coding club for ages 7 to 14. Come and learn all about coding and just how much fun it can be on 1 June 2017 with FUZE. Learn to code simple programs, control electronic circuits, interact with sensors and even code a robot arm.
On 29 June 2017, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first Premium Bond prize, we will feature a reconstruction of ERNIE’s ancestor that demonstrated to an enthralled 1950s public how electronic noise can be used to generate random numbers.
A three-parter on 11 May 2017 to celebrate the Bill Tutte centenary: his exploits before, during and after the war with a first showing of the new virtual Lorenz. Not to mention an original Lorenz and news of the reconstruction of its motor.