Museum
Opening

On May 28th.

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„The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.”
Steve Jobs

About Apple Museum Poland.

We were established by love to Apple popculture.

The Apple Museum of Poland is the most complete collection, where you can see the history and development of the technological leader - Apple. The museum's collection includes over 1,600 exhibits. The collection includes not only old Apple computers, Macintosh and NeXT computers, but also software, hardware, peripherals, prototypes, multimedia and all promotional and information forms illustrating the company's history.

The Apple Museum Poland is a living exhibition, where you can learn and touch history.

Check why it is worth visiting us.

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Even more reasons.

1600
exhibits

We know there is no way to see and understand their stories at once. Therefore, part of the exhibition is only available temporarily.

Go down and find out what exposure is available now.

100
hours of video

Very important part of our museum, are interactive boards that allow you to better understand the exhibition part, you have chosen.

Because who better knows how to visit a museum, if not you?

350m2
of area

Once there, you will discover how many Apple products have in its portfolio.

We have set up the entire display, so that you can take a close look at the evolution of the brand, from the very first Apple computer 1.

What exhibits will You see?

Our collection is constantly rotating to make each visit unique.

1976

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Apple 1

1984

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Macintosh 128k

1997

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20-th Anniversary Macintosh

1998

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iMac G3

We will show the details of the exhibition soon!

The Grand Opening of Apple Museum Poland on May 28!

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Apple 1

1976

It was the first computer built by Steve Wozniak and the first product of the Apple Computer Company, founded on April 1, 1976, by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne.
The idea of building the first Apple personal computer and launching a startup was born in Steve Jobs’ garage, located in a modest house at 2066 Crist Dr. in Los Altos, California.

At the Apple Museum you will be able to see a faithful replica of this model, signed by Steve Wozniak.

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Macintosh 128k

1984

„The computer for the rest of us.”
The first Mac. Along with it, a revolution began — the Macintosh provided the consumers a user- friendly way of interaction with the machine. A clear and simple user interface, based on a desktop, icons and folders, designed as a metaphor for working with documents on a desk, has set new standards in consumer electronics. Macintosh became a counter-culture all of its own within the digital world.

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20-th Anniversary Macintosh

1997

The new project, launched in 1992, was a very bold step into the unknown.
It was supposed to be the first All-In-One project, a non-computer object, looking like it came from the future. Its modern technical solutions, materials, and components were elevated to a multimedia-focused work of applied art.
Produced in a limited edition, it has become a valuable collector’s item.

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iMac G3

1998

The color iMac was the first product introduced by Steve Jobs following his return to the crisis- stricken Apple Company in 1997. As a result, Apple regained its position on the market again, while the iMac left a solid mark in the industry.

The new vision of the Apple computer, aimed at consumers, has aroused great interest on the market and in the press. The “Bondi Blue” translucent matte enclosure has become an icon and a role model.