Private collector created the most complete museum of Apple
Over the years Apple released so many products that are true milestones of technology and showing the path that will be followed. Hardly to know all of these equipment, but everything got easier with the opening of a new museum of Apple, created by a private collector.
This new museum is not official and has been opened in the city of Prague, the capital of Czech Republic. Altogether there are shown 472 pieces, all connected to Apple and its history. No one knows for sure who the creator of the museum is, but it is for sure one of the largest worldwide, which helped to create the most complete museum devoted to Apple and Steve Jobs.
To visit this museum, which is addition to the exhibition area soon will include a vegetarian restaurant, you will just have to buy a ticked that costs 11 euros and can be purchased in advance at the museum’s website. The museum occupies three buildings in the historic part of Prague and has 472 apple devices exposed, since the first computers that Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak created up to business cards of Steve Jobs of NeXT and Pixar times.
All funds that will be collected from ticket sales will be, according to Apple’s Museum website, donated to charities. Despite being based in Prague, there is information that this exhibition can visit other countries in the world, but this has yet to be decided later.
Apart from this gallery we present in this article, you can find more complete gallery here, created by Reddit user eirunning85.
Apple had an official museum for its products to show the history, but it was closed when Steve Jobs returned to the company in 1997. However, there are various locations, physical and virtual (on the Internet) where you can see all the different products that Apple has released over the years and that are part of its history.
Apple Museum in Prague is without any doubt a place to visit for all lovers of this brand and its many products. Museum of Apple products from 1976 up to 2012.
Address: Husova 21, Prague 1
Opened Dec. 17. Daily 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.