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ABOUT THE MUSEUM

The National Museum of Computing, situated on Bletchley Park, boasts the world's largest collection of functional historic computers.

From the groundbreaking Colossus to the pioneering BBC Micros of the 1980s, visitors can explore the evolution of computing technology. The museum also offers educational programs, aiming to inspire the next generation of computer scientists. With working rebuilds of electromechanical codebreakers from World War II and iconic retro systems like the BBC Micro, visitors can immerse themselves in computing history.

The museum's interactive exhibits allow visitors to experience the revolution in personal and business computing that shaped the 20th century.

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