Computer Museum of America (CMoA) hosts the third and final 2021 Bytes & Brews: The Museum After-Hours event on September 23rd from 5:30PM-9PM. 

Visit CMoA this fall evening and be the first to see WWII technology such as bombsights and communication devices that will be displayed in the museum’s Nook Look. These pristine artifacts complement the Enigma machine already on display.

In addition, CMoA is happy to have author Jan Slimming speak a few minutes about her book, “Codebreaker Girls: A Secret Life at Bletchley Park” which tells the true story of Daisy Lawrence, Jan’s mother, and her experiences during WWII working at the secretive Bletchley Park. You may also purchase a copy of her book and have it signed.

Bytes, as in bites, of light appetizers, and adult beverages will be available for purchase and live music is provided. Attendees can explore the Museum and mingle with other guests. 

This event is for guests 21+.

If you are a CMoA member, please enter your discount or promo code for the event. If you don’t have that code, or would like to become a member before purchasing a ticket for a $20 ticket, please contact us at


  • Occurred Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

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