Family Gaming Night is on again


The Centre for Computing History in Cambridge will be hosting another of its famous gaming nights this Saturday (7th May), opening from 6pm-10pm for an evening of family fun suitable for all ages.


All the usual exhibits will be up and running and the centre will be raiding its archive for extra systems and games from the past 40 years.  Parents: come and show your kids how gaming used to be in the good old days!  Kids: show Mum and Dad just how puny their high scores are!

The Pac-Lunch shop will be open all evening serving refreshments. Click here to buy tickets.

Keep an eye on the website for information on loads more great events, from educational workshops to evening talks.  Bookings for the next range of half-term events (May 30th-June 3rd) are now open.

The Centre for Computing History
Rene Court
Coldham's Road
01223 214446


To read more information, click here.

The Centre for Computing History was established to create a permanent public exhibition that tells the story of the Information Age.

The Centre for Computing History