At Living Computers Museum + Labs visitors don't just look at computers from behind a window: they experience them firsthand. In the vintage technology exhibits, modern technology exhibits, and labs, visitors get to sit down in front of the computers and try them out for themselves. Get direct experience with robotics, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and video-game making. Explore the world's largest collection of full restored and usable supercomputers and mainframes. This fascinating technology is all at your finger tips.
The LCM+L was founded by Paul G. Allen, best known for being a cofounded of Microsoft, and was open to the public in 2012. The museum is always collecting historically significant computers and software to bring back to life. Today it operates as a non-profit charity.