The Apple Technology Museum in Moscow was created in 2012 through the efforts of collector Andrey Antonov and businessman Evgeny Butman. The collection includes hundreds of pieces – personal computers, peripherals, accessories and much more.
A large amount of literature is presented, both memoirs and technical documentation. Almost all exhibits are in working order. The exposition is interactive – it is allowed to work and play on computers.
The museum is available both for independent visits and for guided tours.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has repeatedly visited the museum.
Working hours: Wed 17:00–21:00; Sat, Sun 12:00–18:00.
Address: Skladochnaya st., 3, building 1, Moscow (floor 2).
Nearest metro: Dmitrovskaya, Butyrskaya, Savelovskaya.