In Warsaw, the capital of Poland, the Apple Museum Poland exhibition is planned to be opened, where about 1,600 exhibits related to the “history and development” of the famous brand’s products will be presented.
The collection will include computers, phones, accessories, peripherals and software – in general, everything related to the company. In addition, the museum promises to show unique Apple content, posters and various souvenirs. A key element of the exhibition display will be a “functional, exact replica” of the Apple I computer signed by co-founder Steve Wozniak. Everything will be organized in the renovated Norblin Factory complex.
“The choice of our new location was not accidental. The Norblin factory seems to be the most vibrant center of life in this part of Europe. He is the quintessence of the fusion of tomorrow, flowing from yesterday. Just like the Apple brand,” said Jacek Lupina, owner of the Apple Museum in Poland.
Apple Museum Poland employees noted that although Apple and NeXT products were not popular in their territory, they are still used for “effective creative work.” The museum will open in April, and opening hours and tickets will be available on the project website.