Nostalgia and new knowledge about computers for everyone
The Computer Museum is Estonia’s oldest, and the only year-round museum dedicated to the history of computer science, with a total of over 500 exhibits, dating from 1950 to 2011.
The large, private collection is known for its diversity – every class and type of computing is represented.
Many interesting pieces can be seen in the permanent exhibition, from large and heavy computer systems and computing machines, PCs and terminals, laptops and handheld computers, to device components, software, and specialized books.
The technology collection offers nostalgic experiences, new knowledge, and exciting entertainment to visitors of all ages.
The museum also offers guests the opportunity to play old computer games. A museum founder is always present to answer any questions, so every visit is like a curator’s tour.
Museums in Estonia
The Wittenstein Activity CenterTallinna mnt 9/11, Paide
The Museum and Visitor Centre of Fat MargaretPikk 70, Tallinn
Dr. Fr. R. Kreutzwald Memorial MuseumF. R. Kreutzwaldi 31, Võru
Estonian Open Air MuseumVabaõhumuuseumi tee 12, Tallinn
General Reek’s HousePikk 29, Värska, Võrumaa
Tartu City MuseumNarva mnt 23, Tartu
Peter the Great’s HouseMäekalda 2, Tallinn
Maarjamäe PalacePirita tee 56, Tallinn
19th Century Tartu Citizen’s MuseumJaani 16, Tartu
The Vana-Võromaa Museum and Art GalleryKatariina allee 11, Võru
The Great Guild HallPikk 17, Tallinn
Film MuseumPirita tee 56, Tallinn