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American Computer Museum

2023 Stadium Dr, Unit 1-A, Bozeman, MT 59715-0613
+1 406-582-1288
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I didn't have high expectations for this place when my son asked to if we could check it out... read more

Reviewed yesterday

Before my flight I needed to kill some time and someone mentioned checking out this museum. When I... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Nick A
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For both Techies and Non-Techies alike: Since 1990 - the world's oldest continually operating nonprofit museum dedicated to the History of the Information Age, Robotics & Social Networking. Inch for inch, the best museum in the world. - Edward O. Wilson, Professor Emeritus - HarvardAn eye-opener for nine-year-olds to ninety-nine-year-olds, and you'll find your conversations going back to it again and again. - Montana MagazineAs seen in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, LA Times, Billings Gazette, Bozeman Daily Chronicle, ABC News, Vancouver Courier, New Yorker Magazine, USA Today, C-Span, ABC News, Distinctly Montana, and many other media outlets...
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2023 Stadium Dr, Unit 1-A, Bozeman, MT 59715-0613
+1 406-582-1288
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Reviewed yesterday

I didn't have high expectations for this place when my son asked to if we could check it out. However, I was pleasantly surprised by all of the amazing and educational displays. The museum is packed with information from the beginning of the computer era...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Before my flight I needed to kill some time and someone mentioned checking out this museum. When I found out it was FREE I was all for checking it out! This amazingly kind girl greeted us from behind her desk when we walked in and...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The quality of the museum was so beyond what I expected from a small town college. Exhibits well-presented and extend well beyond computers alone. More like an overview of human communication, beginning w/written language and all the way through to how computers have revolutionized life...More

Thank Robin S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My son is starting college next month, as a Computer Science major, and was on his HS Robotics team, so this was a must stop for us. It was pretty interesting...lots to read, and lots of "artifacts", along with history...espec. WWII, and Space program. It...More

Thank bills83au
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I had relatively low expectations, but this is a carefully curated collection of computer stuff, including thought provoking AI exhibits. Selection of geek books, including books on women's contribution and involvement in IT. No fee to enter but you really should support this with a...More

Thank homegirl2017
Reviewed 12 July 2017

This is a free museum in Bozeman. It is well worth the time exploring all the rooms of exhibits. There is a replica Enigma machine (there had been an original one) and a video which was very interesting.

Thank Diane S
Reviewed 9 July 2017

Any geek or space buff would be foolish to miss this gem of a museum. Great artifacts and also great stories told well. Compact yet powerful (and a hoot to see some of the very old desktop computers and older specimens). Wish we didn't have...More

Thank Marshal G
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

Having spent over 35 years with the government in data processing, this free museum was a great find. The displays start off with man's first efforts at written communication and goes forth from there. Gutenberg, Babbage, Hollerith, Jobs, Wozniak, Hopper; stories and displays about them...More

Thank Texan78541
Reviewed 7 July 2017

Yes, I am a 60 year old geek that loves history, but I think this place would amaze most people. Science, mystery, history,biology, WWII, ENIAC, it's beautifully done. Volunteers are super.

Thank DonnaSC
Reviewed 6 July 2017

This museum may be small but it is an awesome place to visit. It is very educational and fun to see the past history on how things started on writing to computer and technology. Some of the things in the museum I remember seeing them...More

Thank Flowers713
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Surekha S
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Response from George K | Property representative |
Thank you for your question. No, Paul Ceruzzi was not involved in the establishment of this museum. He is a good friend - but the museum was founded by my wife Barbara and myself. Best, George Keremedjiev