Derby Computer Museum is a hands-on computing museum. They make sure as many exhibits as possible are plugged in and are working for you to enjoy. You could play a game on an old Nintendo, write BASIC software on a BBC Micro, load games from tape on an old Sinclair, or maybe use the mini vintage music studio; there is absolutely tons to see and do!
The museum is run by volunteers and is a registered charity, number 1199054.
Their mission is to preserve computing history, educate, be a fun leisure activity, and provide work experience for young adults with special educational needs.
Under 4s - Free
Child - £4.50
Adult - £7.50
Directions & entrance
The museum is located on Iron Gate between the marketplace and the cathedral, opposite the top of Sadler Gate.
You can find the entrance to the museum between Betfred and the old Birds Bakery shop at 3-4 Iron Gate.