The Computer History Museum is located in Mountain View, California at 1401 N Shoreline Blvd. As of 2014, there are many exhibits within the museum, such as "Revolution: The First 2,000 Years of Computing," which premiered in 2011 and features 19 alcoves with multi-media displays, each featuring an iconic object.
According to the Computer History Museum website, visitors to the museum can see demonstrations of the PDP-1, "The Mouse that Roared," released in 1959 by Digital Equipment Corporation. Rolling Stone Magazine raved about this machine saying "Ready or not. Computers are coming to people." The IBM 1401 Demo Lab is another exhibit, featuring the 1959 machine that made such an impact that by the 1960s, half of all the world's computers were IBM 1401s. The museum also features The Babbage Engine and an exhibit featuring the history of autonomous vehicles.