Intel Museum

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  • Address: 2200 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara, CA 95054, USA, 95054, United States
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4087655050
  • Fax: +1-4087651164
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Specialty Museums, Social, Arts, Museums

Starting from the invention of the silicon chips to the tech milestones over the decades till date, the Intel Museum will show you how technology influenced the human lifestyle through its educational exhibits. Located at the headquarters of Intel, the museum features the Intel products, their historical timeline, and the semiconductor technology along with the 130x Intel 4004 CPU replica which was the first microprocessor of Intel to change lives and is fully functional till today. Visiting the Intel Museum, you can have a closer look at the automated and ultra clean factory sprawling over ten thousand square feet, learn about the history of microprocessors, how the silicon chip is designed and fabricated and also get to attend the hands-on classes held at the Learning Lab.

How to Reach Intel Museum

  • Buses 60, 140, 321, 330, 827 to stop - Mission College & Burton
  • Buses 60, 140, 321, 330, 827 to stop - Mission College & Wyatt
  • Buses 60, 140, 321, 330, 827 to stop - Mission College & Juliette

  • Intel Museum Address: 2200 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara, CA 95054, USA, 95054, United States
  • Intel Museum Contact Number: +1-4087655050
  • Intel Museum Timing: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Intel Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 62.5% of people who visit Santa Clara include Intel Museum in their plan

  • 83.33% of people start their Intel Museum visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Intel Museum

Monday, Tuesday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Intel Museum

People normally club together Ulistac Natural Area and Sky High Sports while planning their visit to Intel Museum.

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Intel Museum Reviews & Ratings

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  • in the heart of Silicon Valley, in the midst of many other world-famous companies, this very large structure is certainly noteworthy. Here is Intel's technical office but also a beautiful museum in which to retrace the history of processors and the company that made history over the past 51 years. Absolutely not to be missed, I recommend to all especially to computer technicians and technology experts this training course. Go there in the morning or early afternoon, you will be visiting here for about 2 hours at most :)

  • Nice place to visit with kids and students. The museum is free and welcomes class field trips. Great idea to bring in the community and educate others about the beginning of the computer chip. Maybe it will inspire future engineers.

  • Bit disappointing that it was a very small place considering 60years of pathbreaking innovation even eclipsing other more established companies of its era. I expected it to be much bigger in size. Anyway it did offer a very quick and short history of all key milestones at Intel and also provided a brief glimpse of the personal history behind Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce. They also had a souvenir shop with a lot if trendy and contemporary products with Intel branding.

  • Nice overview of processor industry history. A lot can be learned for beginners. But also, experience visitors will have what to look and learn. There is also nice shop with quality products on moderate prices. Admission is free, that was nice and should stay like that.

  • This is a fun little museum. It's free. It has exhibits relating to the founders of Intel and how Intel manufactures silicon chips. They had some old fossils -- 486 chips and a calculator that went back some years--- that brought back a little nostalgia. The kids who were visiting appeared to enjoy the exhibits --- particularly the clean room garb. I'm not a techie, and there was a little too much detail on some of the exhibits. But there were some interesting gadgets in the store, including a pad that helps to keep my cell phone on my car's dashboard.

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