Living Computer Museum

2245 1st Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98134- Map It
(206) 342-2020
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AAA Editor Notes

Living Computer Museum is at 2245 1st Ave. S., .5 mi. s. of Safeco Field. Located on the second floor of a former warehouse, the museum contains computers representing milestones in the evolution of technology. The Exhibit Hall displays computers from the late 1960s through the late 1980s, including a vintage 1964 PDP7, the oldest computer in the collection and the only one of its kind still operating. The Microsoft Exhibit shows how Microsoft Windows, introduced in 1985, has changed over the years. In the Mainframe Room visitors can observe vintage computers being restored to working order. Take the guided tour, which will enhance the experience. Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$6; $4 (ages 62+ and students and active military with ID); $2 (ages 6-17); free (ages 0-5 and to all first Thurs. of the month 5-8).
AAA Benefit:
Save 20% on admission to the Living Computer Museum. Assembled by Microsoft cofounder Paul G. Allen, the collection presents the meaningful milestones in the evolution of computers. Vintage computers are restored to working condition, so visitors can interact with them in a variety of ways.
Hours: Wed.-Sun. 10-5 (also first Thurs. of the month 5-8). Guided tours depart at 11:15, 1:15 and 3:15. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.