This September, Poland will host the world’s largest Apple museum.
It will be housed at Warsaw’s Norblin building. Indoors, 1,500 Apple-related exhibitions will take up 320 square meters. All Apple PCs and laptops, as well as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod, as well as peripherals, accessories, software discs, branded posters, and even prototypes, are included. A functional reproduction of the Apple I computer with Steve Wozniak’s autograph on the motherboard will be a distinct highlight of the museum. Under the supervision of museum experts, visitors will be allowed to touch and test some of the equipment with their hands.