The National Museum of Computing is a museum in the United Kingdom dedicated to the collection and restoration of historical computer systems. The museum is located in rented premises in Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and opened in 2007. The building — Block H — was the first purpose-built computer center in the world, which housed six Colossus computers by the end of the world. The second war.
The museum houses a rebuilt Mark 2 Colossus computer, as well as an exhibition of the most complex code-breaking actions performed in the park, as well as samples of machines that continue the history of computer technology development from the 1940s to the present day. The museum’s policy is to ensure that as many exhibits as possible are in full working order.