This is worth the visit. We were amazed how much was packed into a tiny space. It is very unassuming from the outside since the space is in an office complex. We loved the mix of old historical forms of communication and new technologies. There was great attention paid to giving credit to ALL of the scientists and innovators critical to the evolution of computing. I was pleased to see many women noted among the ranks. Of course, our favorite room had the Apple Computers timeline. The original Apple 1 was there along with many of the older putty-colored models. The staff was knowledgeable and gave tours which will help maintain the attention of younger kids. There is no charge, but you'd be a cad not to put something in the donation box.
Criticisms: The film was not worth our time since it focused primarily with how robots are eliminating the need for human employees. I get it, but it was depressing and off-mark compared to the inspirational and forward-thinking vibe of the rest of the museum. We'd also suggest the employees not eat their stinky lunch in the main rooms as we had to smell it the entire time we walked through.
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