Living Computers Museum and Labs (Temporarily closed)
Where can you find the coolest collection of working vintage computers from before the days of Surfaces and iPads? Our recommendation is the Living Computer Museum. Here you can find Paul Allen's collection of antique mainframes, minicomputers, and microcomputers. See how computed results could be viewed without a monitor, or how you program a computer using paper cards. The museum hosts a number of special events and ticket prices are pretty affordable ($6 for adults). Little kids may not find the museum as interesting as older ones, but if they like pushing buttons and watching things blink - they might actually enjoy it.
Temporarily closed due to Covid-19 concerns. When opened, the hours are Mon & Tues: Closed, Wed - Sun: 10 am - 5 pm, 1st Thursdays: 10 am - 8 pm (Free 5 pm - 8 pm)
Events scheduled at Living Computers Museum and Labs (Temporarily closed)
With most events being shut down due to efforts to help flatten the COVID-19 curve, we are going to start publishing other ideas to help businesses. Some of these ideas might be to help visit businesses that are still open, while others may be buying from them online while their physical locations are closed. If you have an idea for one, please feel free to add it as an event - and then we will help get it published. Stay strong Seattle! We will get through this together.