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Computer Museum of America

Computer Museum of America

Computer Museum of America’s mission is to preserve the stories and artifacts from the digital age while educating and inspiring visitors of all ages and backgrounds. Exhibits include a STEAM timeline of computer history showing technology milestones in the context of transportation, pop culture and more; a Tribute to Apollo with an almost full-scale replica of the lunar module, an Apollo Guidance Computer and DSKY; and one of the world’s largest collections of Cray supercomputers. An Enigma machine, the BYTE magazine wall, Computers in the Movies, the Punchcard machine and the Nook Look, round out the current exhibits. Visitors can play in the Retro Game Corner and do other activities. Visit the webpage for more information, upcoming events, and current hours.

The museum has over 10,000 square feet of event space available for rental to host public and private events.


Computer Museum of America

5000 Commerce Parkway, Roswell, GA 30076

Accessibility Information

  • Wheelchair Access

    Wheelchair Access

ADDITIONAL ACCESSIBILITY INFO: The museum is accessible with an ADA-compliant curb cut from the parking lot. From there, everything is on one level. Wide aisles through exhibits and accessible restrooms make it easy for walkers, scooters, and wheelchairs to maneuver. Additionally, two wheelchairs are available for loan once inside the museum (first come, first served). Seating is available throughout the museum.

At least one quiet room is always available for any visitor that needs to have a break from lighting, audio, or other sensory overstimulation. Additionally, we have two sets of ear coverings to loan on a first-come, first-served basis, and disposable earplugs.

Please contact the museum if there are specific questions or concerns that should be addressed prior to your visit.


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.


CMoA is open Thursday, Friday and Sunday from 12 - 5 PM and Saturday from 10 AM - 5 PM. Special hours are posted on the website, and private group visits are available Tuesday and Wednesday by advance arrangement. Contact


Adults $15, Children 4 - 17 $10, College/Military/Seniors 65+ $12, Under 4 Free. Family of 4 (2 Adult/2 Children) $40. Memberships are available that provide free admission on an annual basis. Visit the website for more information.


  • An overview of the many ways the event space has transformed. For all of CMoA's videos please visit .

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