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…to PEEK&POKE, one of the few permanent displays of vintage computing technology in Europe. Opened in 2007 as an educational and a non-profit project by a couple of computer enthusiasts, the museum today spreads across 300 square meters and features more than 1000 exhibits from the world and local computer history alike. We are home to anything from calculators and game consoles to rare and obsolete computers from the 20th century, as well as an extensive library of computer books and magazines from that era. Take a break from an ever-advancing computer world of today and step into the past at a place we hope to always be a fun gathering space for younger generations to envision our future by learning from the technologies of the past.

Oh, and not to forget… Most of our exhibits can be peeked at and poked as much as you'd like! :)

Getting here

We are located in Rijeka's city centre, just 5 minutes from Korzo at:

Ulica Ivana Grohovca 2
51000 Rijeka
Croatia

Opening Hours

During summer months (01/05 - 01/11) our opening hours are:

m ........................................ 10:00 - 18:00
t ........................................... 10:00 - 18:00
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f ........................................... 10:00 - 18:00
s ........................................... 11:00 - 16:00
s/holiday ................................ closed*

During winter months (01/11 - 01/05), the museum is open on Saturdays from 11:00 to 16:00, but if you want to visit us on any other day of the week, contact us and we will try to open the museum just for you.

* if you want to visit us on a Sunday or a holiday during summer months, get in touch and we will open the museum for you!

Tickets and Admisssions

price: 30 HRK (approx. 4€)

Tickets can be bought at the entrance.

visit us

This is the most awesome museum I have visited in the 12 countries I have been to! Thank you for sharing your collection with the public! - D., USA
This place is the most awesome - the dudes that run the place are so passionate and lovely. Very unusual and you can touch everything! Even if computers and games are not your thing, this place is fun and will give you a different perspective on Rijeka!!!!! - L.L., Canada
My personal opinion would be to say it’s worth to come to Rijeka just for this gem. One of the rare places/museums to get you back to the future if you are a generation x, to get you interested very much if you are a millennial but if you are a generation z, it will blow your mind. Have fun! - V.V., Croatia
Thank you for preserving our college years! -D.S., USA
This museum was a real breath of fresh air. I thoroughly enjoyed every second of the tour. It took me back to those carefree days, when we were all chasing that new idea of how to have more fun! An amazing story of how this museum started as a hobby is really motivational, at least for me. This venue is owned and maintained by people who love it like a child should. Do yourself a favour, go, see. You will not be disappointed, that I can guarantee. And if you have an old toy that you're poised to throw away - check with them, maybe they need it :) - I., Serbia
Fabulous learning experience for my young daughter. Brings back lots of memories from my childhood. -B.P, Australia
This is one very cool museum. It has interesting stuff for adult computer nerds, adult gamers and kids alike. The first GB harddisk, the C64 computer, the first mechanical calculator, and much more. Most computers are playable, so take a trip down memory lane or show your young kids the old computer games of the 80s. The owner is very very friendly and helpful. Ask him for lunch directions afterwards for example. And buy a t shirt to support them! -N.N, The Netherlands
This is a great genuine collection! So glad that we got this opportunity to be a part of it! - P., Sweden
What a place. A warm, friendly welcome to an unpretentious yet fascinating museum. Even our two teen kids had a great time playing on games (and computers) made before they were born. The Sinclair C5 hanging on the wall took me back. Make time for this if you are in town. - M.C., Germany
A spectacular place with an impressive collection. Please expand! A., Finland
My friends and I had the best time there. The owner is very sweet and helpful and gave us a shot of rakia and water when we entered. The place is small but with a lot to see. We spent about 2 hours there playing video games, using the old computers and singing karaoke. - Z., Canada
Loved it, transported me to an older time. - M., Australia
Great way to take the kids back through the technology that they hold in their hands constantly and take for granted! Very friendly and knowledgeable hosts. Thoroughly enjoyed! - J.K., Wales
Very cool museum! We really enjoyed it! Video games are awesome, like a trip to childhood. - N.N, Latvia
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