The Museum of Computing, Swindon
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Long Cane, Symbol Cane
The museum has very limited opening hours, but when it is open it’s well worth a visit. They have a good range of computing equipment covering the past 50 to 60 years including early calculators, computers, robotic toys and games consoles. I think it was good value for money to visit. You’ll find the front entrance actually at the back of the building,you’ll know you’ve found it when you spot the Sinclair C5 by the front door. Entry: £2
Transport & Parking
The museum is small so power chair users may experience problems getting around some of the tight corners in the 2 room museum. I found the information cards a little bit difficult to read, but some them could be lifted up to look at more closely.
The staff were helpful and friendly.