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    Small, but very unique and informative. Nice place.

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    Inch for inch, this museum is packed with more history than you might imagine; 30,000 years worth. Ancient and rare books, some of the earliest computers used by the Greeks, all the way up to modern day marvels. They have some of the most rare pieces of modern technology that have ever been preserved, like one of Steve Wozniak and Steve Job’s first computers made in Job’s bedroom and Bill Gate’s first operating system he sold with a hand signed note to “call him” should they have any problems whatsoever. Each year they honor some of technologies most significant minds and contributors with the Stibitz & Wilson Awards, and they have lots of autographs of the award winners on their original inventions. Well worth the trip over. Within minutes of the Dino Museum (a.k.a. Museum of the Rockies) so you can easily hit them in the same day.

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    An entertaining collection of historic computer equipment – certainly worth an hour.

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    What a neat place. Good collections, self guided. Geeks paradise.

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    Extremely interesting and informative had a great time from the first printing presses to the latest in micro processors this place has it. Quite informative and entertaining stuff you can't see anywhere else. When finished with the museum of the rockies stop on down the road