Very unique museum with exhibits covering 1970s onwards. Plenty of hands-on activities. Good rainy day choice for kids of all ages. A bit expensive; had to get an annual membership to make the family visit cheaper.
The Seattle Computer Museum is a well-known military and science museum in Seattle. It is a good place to go with children. When I went there, it rained slightly. Fortunately, I brought an umbrella, and it stopped soon. It did not affect my interest at all. .
There are computers from the past to the present, and they can be operated by themselves. They know a lot of knowledge. There are not many people. They are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. If you go, be careful to avoid them. Students can buy discounted tickets.
This is Paul Allen's computer museum that has a whole history of the PC and Macs. Many of the computers still work and there are informative tours and displays as well. Very cool and a great spot to take kids or your inner nerd.
In the computer museum, you can learn about the history and development of calculators, and I am impressed by human beings in the development of calculators. Calculators from ancient times to the present are displayed in the museum, from geographical environment calculations to astronomical calculators.