Centre for Computing History
Located in a small industrial estate on the edge of town this museum traces the history of computing from difference engine of Charles Babbage through to modern computers, consoles and mobile devices. There are many different computers from basic mechanical devices, through the computers of the start of the home computing age in the 1980s and up to the modern day. Many of the exhibits are still in working order and you are able to use them.
From the centre of town take a number 3 bus out to the retail parks on the Newmarket road, just beyond the city Ring Road. From the bus stop its about a five to ten minute walk through the retail park, over the railway bridge and back on yourself into the industrial estate.
Latitude: 52.207835; Longitude: 0.149251
Review created: 20/06/2021; Last updated 21/06/2021