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Silicium - A French organization which collects old computers, repairs them and then regularly organizes exhibitions.

The Computer Museum History Center - Focuses exclusively on the history of computing.

Museum of Soviet Calculators - Virtual museum of Soviet electronic calculators. Displays all known handheld and desktop calculators from the 70s to the present, with discussions of the interesting features of each.

Nostalgia Museum - museum-aim: to preserve the culture of computer and Console that for market reasons have become obsolete.

The Computer Hall of Fame - Honors major achievements in the computer industry.

Pelikonepeijoonit - The Arctic Computer and Console Museum.

The Virtual Museum of Computing (VMoC) - A comprehensive set of links to on-line resources concerning the history of computing around the world, including Pioneers of Computing such as Alan Turing.

The As-Yet-Unnamed PC Museum - Collection of Personal Computers, including several rarities and prototypes. Specialising in Atari, Apple, Commodore & Microbee.

The Secret Weapons of Commodore - Prototype and rarities of the CBM / Commodore lines of machines. Informative chronological site on all things Commodore.

The Atari Historical Society - Collection of all things Atari - video clips of advertisements, technical documents, prototypes, and general machine information. Excellent Atari resource.

The Home Computer Musem (HCM) - Extensive personal collection of most European and International Home Computers complete with excellent photography.

Computer Museum .it - A computer museum based on a personal collection of computers, with an archive of 1000 tech tables, lot of old computer advertisements and history pages.

The Topeka Computing Museum - Online presence of the Topeka Computing Museum

DigiBarn Computer Museum - A Museum of Computing in our barn in the Santa Cruz mountains of Northern California. Traces the history of the evolution of personal computing and the graphical user interface.