The 1990s were when the internet first entered popular culture. It seems like a lifetime ago, doesn’t it?
Do you remember Netscape, the very first browser? We recommend visiting the Computer History Museum, where you can explore the first computers, early computer games, how the World Wide Web first looked, and many unusual devices and setups that were once regarded as cutting-edge technology. The Computer History Museum Society also organises fascinating exhibitions about the development of computers and technology, as well as round-table discussions and programming workshops.
All are invited to visit, whether you've experienced the digital history firsthand, punching cards or writing programs in BASIC, nervously awaited phone bills due to expensive dial-up internet, or even if Windows XP was your first encounter with a computer environment, and even if you have no idea what the world was like before smartphones. You'll find 3 floors of fascinating interactive exhibits and a large "time machine" of operational computers, where you can satisfy your nostalgia or discover something entirely new.