The Micro Museum

*The Museum will be closed for the 2020 season and reopen in 2021*

  • Discover the history of computing and learn about the ideas and the stories of the inventors of the digital age
  • See the huge collection
  • Play on classic games consoles and consoles and computers 

A short walk from Ramsgate’s Royal Harbour will take visitors to the only Museum in Kent which is solely dedicated to the history of computing and video games.

The Micro Museum is the showcase for the Deer private collection of vintage home computers, games and more brought together over 45+ years. Visitors will find a unique display of 100s of devices from the 1940s through to the early 21st Century.


Schools, private groups or party bookings are welcome from Easter to end-August, on days when the Museum is not open to the general public. Downloadable booking information and form can be found on the website

There is step free access to the museum and games area. Accessible toilet 

*Highly Commended Pride in Thanet Tourism Award 'Attraction Employee of the Year' 2016

Opening Times

* The Museum will be closed for the 2020 season and plans to re-open in 2021 *

OPEN: Easter to the end of August on Weekends & Bank Holiday Mondays
PLUS Mondays and Fridays during Kent School Holidays during this period 1-4pm.
Please see Museum website for details.


The Micro Museum
11 Church Hill
CT11 8RA

Entry Price

Adult/Child £5
Student £4
Family/Group of 4 £15
Under 3's Free
All children 14 years old or younger must be accompanied by a paying adult