Computer Museum of America is reopening to the public on Friday, June 5th. The CMoA team has been preparing the facility and exhibit space for your safe return. Staff has been trained on new procedures and protocols including the use of face masks/coverings, social distancing, occupancy regulations, and regular sanitizing. We encourage but are not requiring visitors to wear masks. CMoA will follow the recommended guidelines of the CDC and state and local government officials. Staff will have temperatures checked and are aware to stay home if exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19. For the latest information and protocols, visit our website.
We have added Fridays to our schedule during the summer months. We imagine you are as eager as we are to add safe activities to your summer days, and we’re here for you. Bring your family, friends, or work team to kick off the weekend.
Summer hours at CMoA: Friday 12-5pm, Saturday 10-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm. CMoA will be open Saturday, July 4th.
The blood drive will take place Thursday, June 18th, from 10am-4pm. To sign up, visit https://www.redcrossblood.org/ and enter “cmoa” in the zip/sponsor code field. Let’s come together and achieve the goal of 50 donors. Information on Red Cross donation safety rules can be found here.
Each donor will receive a complimentary admission pass to CMoA.
The Computer Museum of America provides demos of an IBM punchcard machine! Punched cards were widely used through much of the 20th century in the data processing industry, where specialized and increasingly complex unit record machines, organized into semiautomatic data processing systems, used punched cards for data input, output, and storage.
Learn to design and develop games with Unity, the most popular 3D tool among game developers. Create 3D environments and then practice C# programming skills to control your games. Learn core game development techniques including level design, collision detection, texturing, lighting, particles, and user interface design. Students get hands-on experience with professional video game-making tools and techniques.
The camp is for middle and high school students in grades 6-12 Tuition is $475 for the week (early rate). There is a $150 deposit to hold a seat with the remaining balance to be paid before camp starts.