About The National Museum of Computing
The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) is a charity that houses the world’s largest collection of functional historic computers. Visitors can see how computing has developed between the 1940s and the modern day. The National Museum of Computing does more than merely show its collection. It inspires the next generation with a highly successful learning programme and introductions to computer coding.
“We look forward to developing the Hub to its full potential and to furthering our aim of inspiring the next generation of computer scientists and engineers through our learning programme for schools and colleges and facilities and for the general public to explore their digital heritage.” Andy Clark, Chair of TNMOCVisit The National Museum of Computing website