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Fifth tours day in the Computermuseum München

Historical mainframes and microcomputers for the whole family.

Munich. The Computermuseum München invites for its annual Tours Day on November, 19th, 2006 from 1pm to 6pm. The comprehensive collection impressively shows the technical development of scientific computing, beginning around 1950 up to now. The bigger part of the exhibits are fully serviceable and will be demonstrated live. Periphals like punch card readers or chain printers make it even more authentic.

Heart of the mainframe collection are different models of Control Data Corporation, Cray Research, NEC, Silicon Graphics Inc., and Sun Microsystems. The microcomputer collection enfolds rare and uncommon pieces of small batches, exotic video games, scientific calculators, many unique exhibits of the history of computing and of course a broad range of well and even less known homecomputers of Apple, Commodore, Atari.

The mainframe collection can be found in Stäblistrasse 10b, 81477 München. The microcomputer collection is located at Hans-Preißinger-Strasse 8, 81379 München. Entrance is free of charge.

Further Information about the division Mainframes and Scientific Computing of the Computermuseum München can be found at In case of questions, please do not hesitate to contact Wolfgang Stief by email (

Public transport to mainframe collection
Public transport to microcomputer collection

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