Apple fans visiting the Golden City of a Thousand Spires can have a closer look at the largest private collection of Apple products from 1976 to 2012. Yes, I’m talking about Prague, the magical city that keeps calling me back since I first visited it in 2012. Now, there is another reason for a visit: the newly opened Apple Museum that’s only an eight-minute walk from the renowned Charles Bridge.
As spotted by MacRumors, the museum that opened just last week includes Apple products such as the Apple Lisa (only 100,000 units ever made), the Apple II, and a collection of iPods, iPhones, iPads, PowerMacs, iMacs, iBooks, and much more.
The Apple Museum stretches on 767 square metres of exhibition space and features 472 private exhibits. The gallery is located nearby Husova and Karlova Streets in three historical buildings built during the early Middle Ages.
As the Prague Post notes, the exhibition has more than 12,000 metres of computer cables installed, which was possible with the help of students from the Czech Technical University in Prague.
If you don’t have the ability to visit Prague and the museum, you can have a look by clicking on the images posted on Imgur. In case you are nearby, you can buy a ticket for 11 euros (adult). Oh, and there is also a raw-vegan restaurant there. The museum’s website plans to offer a 3D tour and an e-shop as well.