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I would like everyone's help in determining where the significant Apple museums and collections are. I know both James and John have a nice collection, but who else stands out these days? There was a recently opened Apple museum in Moscow, but are there other ones out there? Where?

Please help. Just post here as to where are the -


large dedicated Apple collections

large dedicated mac collections

actual Apple museums (private or public)

actual Mac museums (private or public)

Thanks!

Best,

David Greelish, Computer Historian

- Author, "The Complete Historically Brewed"
- Founder, Atlanta Historical Computing Society
- "Classic Computing Show" podcast
- "Stan Veit's History of the Personal Computer" audiobook podcast
- "Retro Computing Roundtable" podcast

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Thanks Andrey,


I had yours on my list already! Your museum just may be the preeminent one that is open to the public.

Best, David

Great! A big thank you for this Andrey! Excellent lead, and I will email Adam Rosen too.

Best, David

There must be over 150 Macs dotted around my house now if you want to add me to the large collections Iist.

I would love to have the space to open a museum.

David,  as noted above I've listed a bunch of Mac Museums and Collections (including my own) on the Vintage Mac Museum blog:  http://vintagemacmuseum.blogspot.com/2009/11/mac-collections-around...

Mine is already listed on Adam Rosen's page as "Jason's Office Collection (Detroit, US)", but here are a couple links to the Mac Observer article and my occasionally updated blog:

http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/article/tmo_workspaces_jason/

http://blog.aftermac.net

I have in the neighborhood of 85 computers, about 66 Mac's, 7 Apple's II's, and around a dozen other assorted computers.

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