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Typewriter Tom-National Oliver/Olivette Day

Presented by Computer Museum of America at Computer Museum of America, Roswell GA

Nov 24 - 25 2023
Typewriter Tom-National Oliver/Olivette Day

Marking the storied journey from typewriter to computer, Typewriter Tom returns to CMoA in November to help celebrate National Oliver (and Olivia) Day.

Honoring the contributions of both Oliver and Olivetti to the history of writing technology, this interactive event showcases the evolution of typewriters from the historic Oliver models that set a precedent in typewriter design to the sophisticated and elegant machines of Italian pioneer Olivetti. This is your chance to sit down at the keyboard of one of these historic machines and channel your inner Dickens (or maybe Cormac McCarthy).

“A New Twist on the Typewriter” with Typewriter ... view more »


Open to the public, but museum admission or membership is required (free with admission to the museum).

Museum Admission

  • $15: Adults
  • $10: Children ages 4-17
  • $12: Seniors (65+), military, and college students (ID required)
  • $40: Family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children)
    Note: Free for children under 4 years old.

Museum Membership
Consider purchasing an annual membership for year-round admission to the museum and other benefits.

  • $60: Individual
  • $80: Dual
  • $100: Individual +1
  • $120: Family of 4
  • $250: Supporting Member

Contact: (770) 695-0651


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Computer Museum of America

5000 Commerce Parkway, Roswell, GA 30076


Computer Museum of America is located at 5000 Commerce Parkway, in Roswell, GA, just north of the intersection of Alpharetta Highway and Holcomb Bridge Road. The museum's main entrance is at the rear lower level of Roswell Town Center adjacent to Aurora Cineplex and Fringe Miniature Golf.

Ample and free parking is available in front of the museum. Additional parking is available adjacent to the mini-golf courses; with a short walk to the museum’s main entrance.

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