Exhibits are open Wednesday–Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CHM has something for everyone, from docent-led tours to demonstrations to self-guided visits. Learn Photoshop from the pros, experience the sights and sounds of classic computing, try your hand at coding, and discover why computer history is more than 2,000 years old. Discover all this and more in CHM’s onsite and online exhibits.
CHM collaborated with Audible Originals to create a new podcast series featuring innovative women in tech. Learn more.
Revolution features 19 galleries, 1,100 objects, and inspiring stories from the pioneers and innovators who started the revolution that changed our world. Experience this exhibit online or in person.
Make Software explores the history, impact, and technology behind seven game-changing applications: MP3, Photoshop, MRI, Car Crash Simulation, Wikipedia, Texting, and World of Warcraft. Experience this exhibit online or in person.
Put on your museum thinking caps and get ready to create your very own exhibit—at home! Participants will learn about the museum exhibit development process and have a chance to role play as a curator, registrar, experience designer, and filmmaker.
Discover the treasures of Revolution: The First 2,000 Years of Computing. Our virtual scavenger hunt is specially designed for students in grades 6–12 and explores the exhibit's key artifacts and stories.
CHM Live convenes today’s thought leaders and experts for conversations and debate about the complexities and opportunities presented by technology. View the entire series on CHM's YouTube channel.
Explore these mini-documentaries from our exhibit, Make Software: Change the World! Learn about the history, impact, and technology behind MP3, Photoshop, MRI, Car Crash Simulation, Wikipedia, Texting, and World of Warcraft.