The Living Computer Museum is a building constructed for the collection, archival and teaching of computing history.
Unlike some other museums, this establishment is full of working and functional artifacts. In fact, the main floor of the museum has different laboratories for teaching computer literacy at levels of proficiency. However just like any other museum, the LCM offers events and exhibitions on top of learning resources to the public. While educating the public on the history of computers, the museum also has to stay current and informed on the latest advances.
The Living Computer Museum has private events and group visits available. Of course, they welcome school field trips and are even open to suggestions when it comes to planning events. The museum hosts featured exhibits as well as special exhibitions. A most interesting aspect to the LCM is that it performs its own in-house renovation of computers for which they are so proud. This establishment is a hands on learning experience.
The Living Computer Museum is a fascinating institution and establishment because the history of the computer is just starting to take flight. Overtime, it is sure to only get better and better. Once a month, this establishment offers free admission for a few hours, and visitors can contact to confirm day and time. However, it is closed once a week every Monday and Tuesday and annually for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Parking is free for the general public and members enjoy free admission.