The Computer Museum of America continuously seeks to add unique and rare artifacts to the collection. The museum collects in four main categories including hardware, software, documents and computer culture. Within these groups are included a multitude of extraordinary objects enlivened by technological and biographical histories. Few institutions can offer such a broad overview of the digital revolution. The CMoA plans to make its collection a vital community hub – a valuable and exciting educational and vocational resource for the public.
Thank you for your interest in support of CMoA’s mission!
Accepting Artifact donations:
After submitting the online donation form below, CMoA staff will review and follow up by email within 2 weeks. Donations are only accepted for delivery during the week by appointment and cannot be delivered to the museum during operating hours.
Determining value of donated items:
The CMoA cannot provide information regarding value of artifacts. We recommend the American Society of Appraisers or the Certified Appraisers Guild. For more informal research we recommend eBay.
Display of items:
The museum cannot make any guarantee donated items will go on display in an exhibit.
The CMoA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and will provide acknowledgement for donations. A Deed of Gift transfers ownership of your donation to the museum and will serve as your tax receipt.
Make a Gift Today
5000 Commerce Pkwy
Roswell, GA 30076
(Next to Aurora Cineplex and Fringe Miniature Golf)
Friday: 12pm-5pm (Summer Hours)
Sunday (Temporarily Closed) : 12pm-5pm
(Last admission 45 minutes before closing)
|Family of 4||$40|
|College Student with ID||$12|
|Children under age 4||Free|
- Apple Prototypes
- Apple Product Boxes before 1980
- 305 RAMAC
- 610 Auto-Point Computer
- 650 Magnetic Drum Data-Processing Machine
- 701 Electronic Data Processing Machine
- 702 Electronic Data Processing Machine
- 704 Data Processing System
- 705 Data Processing System
- 709 Data Processing System
- 1240 Banking System
- 1401 Data Processing System
- 1410 Data Processing System
- 1420 Bank Transit System
- 1440 Data Processing System
- 1450 Bank Data Processing System
- 1460 Data Processing System
- 7010 Data Processing System
- 1620 Data Processing System
- 7030 Data Processing System
- 5160 XT
- Roadrunner Supercomputer
- Blue Gene
- Relay Calculator
- Titan II Guidance Computer
- Deep Blue
- Columbia Difference Tabulator
Ways to Support
We know there is nothing quite like human interaction. That’s why we rely on volunteers to help us teach and inspire innovation.
Be part of the revolution. Your donations will support our efforts to preserve digital history, and educate and inspire future innovators.