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For both Techies and Non-Techies alike: Since 1990 - the world's oldest continually operating nonprofit museum dedicated to the History of the Information Age, Robotics & Social Networking. "Inch for inch, the best museum in the world." - Edward O...more
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It is surprising to discover the American Computer Museum, or the American Computer & Robotics Museum, located in Bozeman, Montana. But here it is, at 2023 Stadium Drive, in a wonderfully curated museum that details the history of computing, communications, artificial intelligence and robotics. It...More
This is a beautifully curated museum that artfully conveys the breadth of the technological and cultural transformation that brought us into the era of the computer. It’s concise rather than sprawling, but the exhibits are well-designed and the flow of the museum illustrates the magnitude...More
This is in an office complex, and not the easiest to find, but worth the effort. It's free, but they accept donations. While it's very small, it is very well done and packed with great info. Great section on women and minorities in computing. If...More
Stopped here as we passed through Bozeman. We thought it would be a small museum, but we were pleasantly surprised to see all the rooms they had. Each one dedicated to a theme - early 'computers', robots, Apollo program, Enigma, women in computing, etc.. We...More
We own a small computer tech company so in our 12 day Idaho-Montana journey we wanted to make sure and see this! We have done Paul Allen's Museum in Seattle which is very "techie". I am the one that uses tech; my hubby survives on...More
This place is in the shadow of the Montana State foot ball stadium and near the much better know Museum of the Rockies. So if you are going anywhere near these two places you have to go here. I promise you a very interesting couple...More
Outstanding displays, even for a public museum, from an original Apple 1 to newest in Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing.
Worth a trip, even across the USA to visit.
Free to all, but I plan to send a donation.
The location of this museum in an office park just off the MSU campus belies the incredible amount of artifacts to be found here. From priceless first and early edition enlightenment books to one-of-a-kind items from the earliest days of modern computing, this museum has...More
This is a neat place for those who are interested in technology. They have various items of older technology accompanied with some information on topics including: computers, spacecraft, encryption, and AI, physics, science fiction. Don't expect too much as it's a really small museum so...More
Response from George K | Property representative |
Thank you for your question. No, Paul Ceruzzi was not involved in the establishment of this museum. He is a good friend - but the museum was founded by my wife Barbara and myself.