Situated on an industrial estate in Cambridge, the Centre is easy enough to find if you follow the directions given on the website. Parking is available immediately outside the building. We were greeted by a friendly and clearly enthusiastic member of staff who gave us a quick rundown of the Centre's offerings. Although this is obviously a relatively new venture, we were impressed with the wealth of exhibits and information on display. The number of machines that are 'up and running' is amazing and it was great fun to have a go on many of them!
However, it's not just about having a play. Take time to read the information and understand the awesome advances that have transpired in computing in such a short space of time. It was a trip down Memory Lane for us but this Centre works for all ages - children will be amazed at the simplicity of the original games that kicked off the sophisticated world they take for granted.
The staff will leave you alone but are more than willing to help or answer any questions you have. There are toilets available and coffee to buy at a very reasonable price. Also, a small retail area to buy the odd memento of your visit.
In summary, whether you're young or old, expert or novice, I'm sure you will enjoy this unique experience.
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