The Prague Museum showcases everything Apple and Steve Jobs
Although Apple doesn’t have its own museum to take a dive down memory lane, one private collector has opened up his own in Czech Republic to enchant Apple lovers. This museum in Prague dubbed very aptly as The Prague Museum opened last week and it has all the Apple products right from the 1976 to 2012. It has Apple computer, iPod, iPhone, printers and even Steve Jobs business cards when he worked at NeXT and Pixar. Since Apple is such a big name even the papers and contracts related to the early days of company are on display.
The museum is located in a restored historical building and to pay homage Steve Jobs, it has his quotes placed everywhere. One noticeable quote that comes from an unknown origin catches everyone’s eye;
Three apples changed the world. The first tempted Eve, the second inspired Newton, and the third was offered to the world half eaten by Steve Jobs.
There are even little known Apple products on display including Apple camera and printers. Noticeable items include special edition Beatles box set from 2008 which was priced at $75. Interestingly, there are mementos from Steve’s high school and his high school yearbook too. Even the iPhones in their chronological order from 2007 to 2010 are displayed.
Every electronic gadget displayed in the museum is functional and to make it happen more than 12,000 meters of computer cable was installed by students from the Czech Technical University. To make you comfortable and have a meal The Prague Museum has a bistro which serves raw vegan foods that Steve Jobs preferred to eat.
The Prague Museum is offering tickets for 11 Euros which can be bought from their official website and it includes a 3D tour of the past and future of Apple.