Join us on March 1 for exploration and discovery in CHM's new Learning Lab!
CHM believes that learning can transform lives. As part of our commitment to lifelong learning, we are opening an innovative new space this spring devoted entirely to learning. The Learning Lab is a welcoming, innovative space for exploration and discovery. Find changing exhibits that spark imagination, hands-on activities that ignite curiosity, and educational resources that give everyone a new way to explore technology.
Organized into four unique spaces, the Learning Lab encourages interaction and connection at every stop. Discovery tables with historical artifacts, an interactive wall featuring inspiring tech innovators, and insights about CHM collections from our teen interns greet visitors in the Hub. Amphitheater-style seating in the Harlan E. Anderson Arena serves as a gathering point at the start or end of programs, seating for event attendees, or a place for drop-in visitors to relax and recharge. Visitors can deconstruct a computer or solve a coded puzzle in our Lab, or take a walk on technology’s creative side with changing exhibits and installations in our Imaginarium.
The Learning Lab accommodates drop-in public access as well as a full calendar of community events and educational programs, workshops, and activities.
For more information about visiting the museum go to hours and admission.
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard
Mountain View, CA, 94043