AWC leaders will greet you right inside the main door.
Join AWC for an evening out at the Living Computer Museum. This the museum's "free" night and also the one night a week that they stay open until 8.
There is a lot to do and see at the Living Computer Museum. Their computers are restored and interactive, so you can write your own BASIC programs, play vintage computer games like Oregon Trail, Pac-Man and Karateka, or experience what it was like to use a Teletype.
What to Expect
The Living Computer Museum facility is located in the SODO district of Seattle, Washington. It covers 15,000 square feet on the second floor of an old warehouse, consisting of both a raised floor computer room and an exhibit area. We suggest allowing one to two hours to enjoy the exhibits.
The Living Computer Museum is a 501 (c)(3) organization committed to educating the public about these rare, vintage computers.
Directions and Parking
The museum is located just south of Safeco Field and just north of Starbucks Headquarters on 1st Avenue South.
There is free parking in the museum lot, which is on the north side of the museum.
Taking Public Transit
The primary bus routes near Living Computer Museum are 21, 594, 132, 106, 50, 102, 590, and 116. You can also use the Metro Transit Trip Planner to find a bus route.
If you are taking Central Link light rail, get off at the SODO station. Walk a few blocks west to 1st Avenue S, then north one block to the museum.
The entrance is located on the second floor of the museum building. Enter the museum using the entrance on the north side of the building.
*AWC check-in will be located just inside the main entrance*
We will then walk to Elysium Fields after touring the museum (~8:00) for snacks and drinks (no host).
Reservations are under "AWC".
See everyone there!