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Post Easter Gaming Event - Ticket purchase information:-

To purchase tickets for our event on May 6th 2017 - please click on the purple donate button to the right of this page (below this message). This will take you to our MyDonate page - you then need to pay for the number of tickets you require and also please let us know these details in the message box.

Please contact us if you are unsure.
 

Entrance to the museum costs £6.50 for adults and £3.50 for children - with over 40 systems that are fully hands on!

The Retro Computer Museum is only open to the public on the following days:-

February
26th February - 11am-5.30pm
March
5th March - 11am-5.30pm
12th March - 11am-5.30pm
19th March - 11am-5.30pm
25th March - 11am-5.30pm (Saturday)
26th March - CLOSED
April
9th April - 11am-5.30pm
16th April - 11am-5.30pm
23rd April - 11am-5.30pm
30th April - 11am-5.30pm
 

If travelling a long way please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us on 07519 816283 to confirm that we are definitely open.

Who we are:

The Retro Computer Museum is a registered charity dedicated to the benefit of the public for the preservation, display and public experience of computer and console systems from the 1960's onwards. Charity registration no. 1146912.

Our main focus is on systems that were in use in the home, rather than big computer systems and mainframes of early computer development. We have systems ranging from the early Pong consoles through the Sega and Nintendo console wars and the home computers of the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64s and Amigas.

The Retro Computer Museum aims to provide Retro Gaming and Computing events and access to retro computer equipment for educational visits and tours. The Retro Computer Museum has held seven Retro Gaming events of its own to date, including partnership events with Snibston Discovery Museum. The Retro Computer Museum has also made appearances at the 2010 Vintage Computer Festival in Bletchley Park, and participating in the 2010 EuroCon event in Manchester with a line-up of British computers.

The Retro Computer Museum relies mainly on donations from its members and visitors. We have had over 200 systems donated as part of our collection, along with numerous books, software titles, peripherals, magazines, brochures, etc. We appreciate any and all donations, no matter how small. We also accept dead machines and peripherals as these can be used to repair existing systems. Please contact us if you feel you have something we may be interested in.

 

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