A surprising travel through time at the Computer Museum: from punch cards to smartphones

  • Museum & discovery

The very first computer museum in Belgium... Its collections, divided in 4 themes, retrace an incredible scientific odyssey from the invention of calculators to your smartphone and offer a reflexion on the impact of technology on our daily lives.

The museum aims at offering a place to pay tribute to technical evolution, highlight computer skills and a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Its rich and varied collections are divided in four segments:

  • the Bull-FEBB museum, presenting the history of the Bull company and the range of products developed
  • the Unisys Computer Museum Belgium, a presentation of computers from their beginnings to present days
  • the evolution of writing through time
  • a full collection of calculating systems


• Adults: 8€/person • Children under 12 or adults above 65 years old: 6 € • Article 27 (please respect conditions): 1.25 € • Families: 2 adults and 2 children: 18 € (3€ per additional child) • Guided tour (1h30), booking required: 50 € + entry fee • Guided tour with demonstrations of the machines on site (2h), booking required: 60 € + entry fee. All prices can be found on the official website.



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