Date: October 12 & 13, 2019, Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin
Location: Historic “Ladestraße” area of the German Museum of Technology (Deutsches Technikmuseum) Berlin (access via Möckernstr. 26, 10963 Berlin).
The Vintage Computing Festival Berlin (VCFB) is an event about historic computers and computing technology. In exhibitions, talks and workshops, participants from all over Germany and beyond present many different aspects of Vintage Computing. Established in 2014, the VCFB has steadily grown and has attracted well over 2500 visitors in 2018.
In addition to retro computers, also historical operating systems, programming languages, network technology as well as pocket and mechanic calculators will be shown. Most of the exhibited devices are in working condition and can be used by visitors.
Admission is free!
If you want to participate in the VCFB as an exhibitor or presenter you will find all information needed on this page.
If you want to help with build-up, running the event, or tear-down as a volunteer, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All presentations will be streamed. The presentation recordings will be published later on on media.ccc.de.
Historic Ladestraße area, Deutsches Technikmuseum (German Museum of Technology), accessible from Möckernstr. 26, 10963 Berlin, Germany
Accessibility: The event is wheelchair accessible via a wheelchair ramp at the entrance. Accessible toilets are available. Further information in German is available on the museum website.
By public transport: Take the U-Bahn to U Möckernbrücke (U1, U7) or U Gleisdreieck (U1, U2) or take the S-Bahn to S Anhalter Bahnhof (S1, S2, S25).
By car: Take urban motorway A 100 to exit Tempelhofer Damm, then drive for 3,6 kilometers on B 96 towards Zentrum. Turn left into Möckernstraße. After 100 meters, the entrance to the venue is on the right (Möckernstraße 26).
Visitor parking is available next to the museum. More parking space (for a fee) can be found in the Gleisdreieck car park. Exhibitors can stop in front of the venue for loading and unloading.