Conserve, Engage and Educate.
Nibbles are activities designed for families with children age 4-7 (older siblings welcome). The activities are linked with computers and programming but are 'unplugged' movement, arts and crafts activities. After the session families will have the opportunity to use computer games that are suitable for early years children. the cost of the ticket includes museum entry.
Relaxed openings are a great way for visitors with autism or other special needs, and their siblings, parents and carers, to be able to visit and explore the museum.
BBC Micro: Bit Activity
Code.org and The Hour of Code
Cubetto & Robots
Half a century ago, on 20 July 1969, Neil Armstrong was in the final stages of the lunar descent, just a few thousand feet above the surface, when suddenly his on-board computer indicated a critical alarm. For three nail-biting seconds it looked as if the mission would have to be aborted.
The public guided tours are very popular and enable visitors to see our collection, accompanied by one of our knowledgeable guides.
Items for sale will include test equipment, military items, domestic radios, telecommunication equipment and vintage components. We are mainly disposing of items that are not computer-related (i.e. do not match the museum's Collection Policy).
Limited to only 100 Student Places! Tickets to become available soon!
The Museum does not receive government or Lottery funding, so your help is needed.
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The National Museum of Computing, Block H, Bletchley Park, MILTON KEYNES, MK3 6EB. Tel: +44 (0)1908 374708
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