by Juli Clover
April 9, 2013
Want to get a gander at some of Apple’s most famous computers? You can check out several rare Apple computers from 1976 to the present at the Apple Pop-Up Museum exhibit in Atlanta, which is set to debut on April 20. The museum will feature several gems like the original Apple I, Apple II, a Lisa computer, and a Xerox Alto, along with few other fun items that will take you down memory lane like an original iPod Shuffle and the clam-shelled iBook. This Pop-Up Museum is a part of the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast and will only last for two days. You will need to hit up the Kings Market Shopping Center in Roswell, Georgia, if you want to attend. The museum will be up on Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21 and will cost $10 per day or $15 for both days. Make sure to check out the website for more information.