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Discover the largest private collection of Apple products in the world. The exhibition includes products made from 1976 to 2012.
This has to go down as one of my most vivid and distinct memories of Prague. The museum resembles all that Apple stands for - Design, technology and the desire to change the world. It's not on a lot of travelers' lists but I definitely think it's a must go. The staff too is great and the location is extremely close to old town square.
It's not to long to be bored here. Also really like the concept of reading all information from your own phone.
Excellent! Absolutely worth the entry fee IF you are interested in Apple and the history of the personal computer etc. Very well done interior and a complete collection of rare technology. Staff were nice too. The mobile website that you load up on your phone to use as a tour guide is a great idea and worked very well, EXCEPT the content needs to be reviewed as there were some obvious mistakes in both language and in accuracy/content. I'm very happy to have made time to go to this place, it's impossible to see all of these things together under one roof anywhere else.
A collection complete and authentic, with the first Apple computers (and Next's) super difficult to find, nothing like this in the world. Super interesting to see the history behind the products who made history, until seeing the products you discovered while watching Steve Jobs presenting them via internet streaming while ago. A museum I would suggest to anybody appassionate in technology, Apple and Steve Jobs. Also, the price of all the tickets (8€ for students) goes entirely to charity.
Great historical collection of Apple devices. Awesome stuff and the smoothies are delicious!