A Travels Must - The Apple Museum in Prague - It isn’t Necessarily a Bucket List Item as Much as a Pilgrimage

TAPintoTravels staff points to our company motto.
The original manual was 12 pages. 12 pages. The contract to turn our computers on is more than 12 pages and it is written in lawyer language to small for the human eye to read.
Who would have ever guessed this little guy would have grown up as the most valuable country in the world.
Okay. Had you bought your kid Apple stock instead of this thing, your child would not have to go to college now.
It’s like the evolution chart, but in reverse.
Rest In Peace. You certainly changed the world.
Tell your children that this a computer just to see their reactions.
At your assistance is an adorable staff. As opposed to the Apple stores, where you have to go to Genius Bar to unlock your computer.
The Macintosh brings back so many great college moments...grade school moments.
They have Steve Jobs actual personal motorcycle.
The first Apple looked a little rough. You didn’t want to have your coffee cup anywhere near it.

TAPintoTravels - The Apple Museum is a must stop in Prague.  It is family friendly and brings out the nerd in all of us.

The museum houses the most extensive private collection of Apple memorabilia in the world including virtually all models of Apple computers, unique art installations, and even Steve Job’s personal motorcycle.  All contained in what could be the coolest Apple store in the world, if anything was for sale.  They do have a gift shop and small cafeteria.

According to the museums website, Prague is the first city, where you can see this unique exhibition. The exhibition includes the most valuable and the most complex collection of computers from 1976 till 2012 and other Apple, Pixar and Next products. Come and see special exhibits of the company, which started in a garage and later became the most profitable one. Explore Jobs’ legacy as a revolutionary of the modern technological world. Discover the story of a person, who created the prosperous Apple company and then got fired. Purchased the Pixar film studio and founded the successful Next company… and then he got back to the leadership of dying Apple and achieved amazing results. During the preparation of this project, we made sure to use only the highest quality materials and to keep the historical exhibition space clean and simple, so it corresponds with the Apple philosophy. All proceeds will be donated to charity purposes.

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Discounted tickets are available online.  Family prices are only €22 at the time this article was published.

The unique exhibition is installed in the Center of Pop Art, Prague, Czech Republic. Located between Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square, Husova 21, Prague 1 – Old Town

Exhibit hours are 10:00 AM — 10:00 PM

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