Who says you can’t have your Pi and eat it, too? Not us! Join us at the Computer History Museum and celebrate the never-ending number with Pi-themed activities and fun for all ages! Enjoy music in our lobby and delicious PiE, PiZZA, and PiNTS, available for purchase in our Cloud Café.
“π” is the symbol used in mathematics to represent the constant ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, which is approximately 3.1415926. To celebrate this phenomenon, math and science lovers everywhere have been joining together since 1988 to honor Pi on 3/14—an homage to the first three digits of everyone’s favorite number. The year 2015 brings a rare opportunity to celebrate on the month, day, and year of the first five digits of Pi—3/14/15. Check out our activity schedule and special hours for all Pi Day details!
Early Hours and Admission Information:
9:26 AM—The Museum is opening its doors early in honor of the sixth, seventh, and eighth digits of Pi and granting FREE admission to eager partygoers who arrive before or at 9:26 AM.
9:27–10 AM—Enjoy half-priced admission. All Pi Day activities are included with admission.
10 AM—Regular admission. Pi Day activities are included with Museum admission and free to Museum members.
Space is limited for some events and workshops. To reserve your spot, register at the links below.
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard
Mountain View, CA, 94043