Opening hours

The computer Museum is open Tu-Sa 12 PM – 7 PM (12.00 – 19.00)

Admission prices

Adults € 6

Reduced tickets € 3

Reductions on admission tickets are available, during daytime opening hours and accompanied by a valid ID, to the following categories:

Children and teenagers aged 6 to 17
School pupils, trainees, students
Seniors (65 years of age or older or with pensioner ID card),
Disabled persons (no charge for a registered helper)

Free admission

Free admission for children under 6 and journalists with valid ID showing professional status.


The tour takes about 30 – 35 minutes and will highlight the following topics:
– history of precomputer calculation.
– photos of the huge machines that used to take up the whole halls for themselves.
– introduction of microprocessors and the first personal computers.
– history of Intel, IBM, Apple, Microsoft.

The sightseers can see the most interesting exhibits in our museum: first PCs, first portable computers. Some of our things are unique, as very few of them are left in the world today.

You will follow an enthralling story about the most historic exhibits. Most devices in our museum are functional, so one can not only look at them, but also run programs and play old games. Every visitor will find something for himself: for some people, this will be a nostalgic return to “good old times”, the others can feel the spirit of the 1970s, 1980s and the 1990s.

Here are some computers which you’ll learn about during the excursion time.