The main attraction is the Colossus rebuild program which is fascinating. The demonstrations are well worth watching. The exhibits of old computers and software (and the way they are presented) is a bit mixed and your enjoyment may depend on how many of the machines you have worked on. Being what could loosely be described as "Old", in my case that was quite a few. The staff at the museum are very knowledgeable, including the younger members. There is also an excellent research area if you wish to study a particular aspects of software development.
For some visitors I think the extra admission charge is a drawback but I only paid £2.50 as a concession. I think it is a shame that it isn't all part of the Bletchley Park package but it wouldn't stop me from visiting again.
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