I expected a museum dedicated only to computers and was worried that my young daughter would get bored. Was I wrong!
This is actually a museum dedicated to communication - beginning with ancient stone tablet cuneiform writing, the Gutenberg press, all the way to the current computers. It was incredibly interesting!
The many displays show the earliest days in computing and have many artifacts from those times - especially the early 1980's, when "personal" computing was popular. It was fun for my husband and I to revisit our younger years when we first discovered computers. Our young daughter thought it was interesting as well, and we hope she learned something about technology of the past.
This museum is free, though they have a donation box. The displays are well-maintained and there are some that you cannot see anywhere else. According to the receptionist, this is only 10% of the museum's holdings, and I could see where they'd need a larger building.
Allow yourself a couple of hours to read and explore each display. We also enjoyed the small gift shop on the way out. A great way to spend a few hours!