Centre for Computing History says thanks with free entry scheme


12-12-2017

This week, as part of the National Lottery Big Thank You, Cambridge's Centre for Computing History is offering free entry to all visitors who bring a lottery ticket with them.

The Centre for Computing History writes:

This ticket will admit up to four people to the Centre free of charge tomorow (Wednesday 13th), Thursday 14th, Friday 15th and Sunday 17th December (not Saturday 16th).

We've been lucky enough to receive Heritage Lottery Funding in the past, so this is our way of thanking you for helping us and other cultural and heritage institutions.

Find more information on the scheme, including Terms and Conditions.

More information about our Christmas opening hours.

Take a look at our upcoming range of events below, including some great holiday activities for children and a brilliant synthesizer workshop coming up in January!

Electronics Lab: Build a Magic Radio

Date: 20th December 2017

Everybody knows how electrical stuff is powered - from a battery or a plug on the wall. So how can we build a working radio that doesn't need either of them?

Workshop: To Catch a Thief

Date: 27th December 2017

Get yourself and your family back out of the house after Christmas and use the BBC Micro:bit to catch a thief!

Electronics Lab - Build A Synthesizer

Date: 21st January 2018

Come and build yourself a cracking midi synthesizer module!

In Conversation With Brenda Romero (Hosted by Violet Berlin)

Date: 23rd March 2018

Violet Berlin (ITV's Bad Influence) will be in conversation with the talented and prolific Brenda Romero (Wizardry & Jagged Alliance), who is joining us for the evening to talk about her life in g...

An Evening With John Romero

Date: 24th March 2018

**THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT** The award winning John Romero, co-founder of id Software and possibly one of the most influential games designers of all time will be taking the stage at the Centre for Computing History.

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.

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