Royal Ontario Museum traveling exhibition – Waterloo Museum (Conestoga Mall)
CANADA AT PLAY is a traveling exhibition from the Royal Ontario Museum. CANADA AT PLAY is a look back at classic toys and games from the 19th and 20th Centuries. There are oodles of fun things to play with, to bust away those mid winter blues!
The exhibition starts March 7, 2012 and runs till April 27, 2012. This exhibition is organized by the City of Waterloo Museum and The Royal Ontario Museum.
Canada at Play is toys and other boredom busters from the 19th and 20th centuries spotlighting toys and games played by Waterloo County children over the last 150 years. A highlight of the exhibition will give visitors the opportunity to play early video games courtesy of the Personal Computer Museum, located in Brantford, Ontario.
Personal Computer Museum
For over 20 years, Brantford local computer guru SYD BOLTON has dreamed of opening a museum to showcase the history of personal computers. Many children have no idea about life before a ‘mouse’, when ‘green screens’ ruled the day, and a time well before the Internet was available to everyone. Relive your earlier computer days or find out how we roughed it in the 70’s and 80’s.
There are over 45 interactive computer displays, over 1,000 computers in total at the Personal Computer Museum. You may remember some of these:
Apple • Atari • Amiga • Commodore • Macintosh • Radio Shack • IMSAI • IBM • Next • Mattel • Timex • Xerox • Coleco • Dell
And many more! Many working models you can play with!
Where: City of Waterloo Museum, Conestoga Mall
When: Wednesday to Friday
Cost: Admission is always FREE.
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