Apollo 11 Moon Landing

Reimagine with us man’s first steps on the moon as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.  See the wrist watch worn by Neil Armstrong as he stepped onto the lunar surface on July 20th 1969, along with an Apollo guidance computer.

Located in Bozeman Montana, the American Computer and Robotics Museum is the World’s Oldest Continually Operating Museum of its Kind.

Founded in May of 1990, The American Computer and Robotics Museum’s mission is “To collect, preserve, interpret, and display the artifacts and history of the information age.”

Our exhibits hold history from 4,000 year old cuneiform tablets to the first personal computers, and include topics such as: Artificial intelligence, Women in Computing, The First Space Expeditions, The Enigma, and MORE.

The American Computer and Robotics Museum has received multiple certificates of excellence from TripAdvisor as well as being rated the #1 thing to do in Bozeman in 2018.

One of the 10 Best Free Museums in the USA

- USA Today

Google Reviews: 4.8/5 

Ranked as #1 of Montana History Museums by TripAdvisor



Sept - May: 12pm - 4pm (Closed Monday)

June - Aug: 10am - 4pm (7 days a week)


2023 Stadium Drive Suite 1-A Bozeman MT, 59715


Free! Donations welcome.


(406) 582-1288