Explore silicon technology at the Intel Museum in Santa Clara, where decades of computer innovations are displayed. See the first computer chip, tour interactive exhibits and hands on learning activities featuring Intel computers. The Intel Museum houses all of Intel's history and products to increase the awareness of its ground-breaking innovations to expand future exploration. Learn about semiconductors, fabrication, chip design, and packaging through group or self-guided tours. Great for all ages, this inspiring museum shows the entire evolution of the computer generation and the technology that is changing our world.
Museum tours help visitors learn about Intel microprocessor history, chip design, and the evolution of computers. A journey through decades of Intel and silicon technology showcases how Intel is changing the way we live, work and play. Guided take about two hours. Guided group tours are offered daily by advance reservation by calling 408-765-5050. The Intel Museum also offer free parking for visitors.
What exhibits does the Museum have?
Discover the technology, innovation and people that changed our world. The Intel Museum features interactive exhibits that explore concepts in a fun and educational way. See what it's like inside a silicon chip factory and connect with technologies that give us new ways to work, learn, play, and communicate. Get the story behind the first microprocessor, Intel 4004 CPU, learn about Moore's Law and explore amazing exhibits of Intel's history and products. Check out new exhibits at the Intel Museum, including interactive digital rain and Arti the robot.