TDL Computer Museum Road Trip – Part 1: The Centre for Computer History

TDL Computer Museum Road Trip – Part 1: The Centre for Computer History

Over the weekend I took a road trip with fellow TDL Show presenters Garry Whittaker and Richard Speed. We visited two fantastic computer museums here in the UK. The museums have reopened after locked down and have a fantastic selection of computers, games consoles and devices all available to use and play with.

Our first location was the Centre for Computer History in Cambridge. The centre is COVID safe, you book a ticket, and they have the machines sanitised and ready for hands on use. They have computers from the 70s, 80s and 90s as well as games consoles and other gadgets. Everything is available for you to interact and play with and we spent hours at the Centre.

This video is a brief visual tour of the centre and our thoughts as we completed our visit. If you want a more detailed look at the Centre for Computer History checkout my four videos where I got a complete tour of the centre:

A Tour of the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge – Part 1 Intro and the Office of the 70s

A Tour of the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge – Part 2 The 80s Office

A Tour of the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge – Part 3 Home Micros

A Tour of the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge – Part 4 Gaming

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