Only July 25, 1985, the Amiga Computer was introduced to the world – a multitasking, multimedia machine that was capable of delivering graphics, music, and animation. It was a computer for the creative mind. On July 25 and 26 in Silicon Valley, thinkers, tinkerers and visionaries will be celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Amiga Computer with a special event at the Computer History Museum. Discover two full days of retro computing fun, including a massive exhibit hall with a complete historical display of the computational system. Guests speakers will discuss the early days, and new technology will be celebrated. You’ll also find displays of rare artifacts and art. The highlight of the weekend is a festive banquet on Saturday night, with panel discussions with Amiga software creators and a showing of the Viva Amiga Documentary.
Advance tickets to the Amiga Computer Anniversary event are available via Eventbrite online, and cost $40 for a two-day pass, $20 for a one-day pass, or $100 for a two-day pass with banquet celebration. Find the fun at the Computer History Museum, located at 1401 North Shoreline Boulevard – just 3.6 miles away from our convenient Silicon Valley hotel. Do you have questions about the Amiga Computer Anniversary event, the Computer History Museum, or the lodging at our boutique hotel? Please contact us at your convenience at 1 (650) 966-8848 for more information, and to make your reservations. Our friendly staff is standing by to help you plan your business trip or vacation.