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Open every Saturday from 10am-2pm. Endicott, NY is the birthplace of IBM, a company that literally changed the world. The IBM portion of the Endicott history museum was the museum created by IBM in 1984 for its employees and customers. Endicott was...more
This small museum contains lots of IBM history. It has wonderful displays and detailed information about the formation of IBM.
You can view the earliest time machines up through much more modern achievements.
A pleasant museum to stroll through.
I was born in Endicott in 1936. May 18th I was planning on visiting the Museum. Sign said open Saturday 4 hours, no other days. At least
the window display was a visible. Very Disappointed. Did have a Italian meal and purchased 12 loaves of...More
Yes, IBM is the main attraction of this museum....but it's real name, Endicott History and Heritage Center is rather non descript and doesn't grab me. The important fact you'll learn here is that the two world's largest corporations and manufactures of the 50's into the...More
They have many computers etc. from different eras. It is better to see the actual machines than reading from books. The volunteers there also give really nice and detailed guided tour. They only open for a very short time every week, though.
This is an enjoyable museum even if you have no computer knowledge. It is a walk through history with a wow factor of " so that's why" I want to take my dad my husband my kids my neighbor. It isn't one of the world...More
Went on the guided tour of IBM.....thought I had heard the majority of stories from start to current. Learned little-known facts about the startup and the Watson family. Items selected for display are very pertinent and the explanations of some are most helpful. Looking forward...More