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Apple Museum

Apple Muzeum, fot. Filip Kwiatkowski

This is a big draw for every computer geek! The museum, located on the second floor of the revitalised Norblin Factory, houses 1,600 artefacts related to the Apple brand. Here you will find all of Steve Jobs’ iconic products: famous computers, laptops, accessories, iPods, iPhones, software and data carriers with unique Apple content, posters and commemorative goodies. The intention of the exhibition is for the viewer to dive into the world of technology themselves and discover the successive stages of Apple’s product development.
Among the exhibits you will find a real gem – a working, faithful replica of the first Apple-1 computer from 1976. It was designed and made by the museum owner, with the support of sponsors and volunteers. The copy was signed by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak himself.

ul. Żelazna 51/53
applemuzeumpolska.pl

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