About 56 years ago (that’s what it feels like, anyway… it was really only 2019) I was in Mountain Valley and went by the Computer History Museum and took some photos. Caveats:
(1) I am a horrible photojournalist
(2) I kept hitting “take video” so some photos are videos
(3) The Museum is very photo-unfriendly with all the shiny plexiglass.
But there is something for everyone: starting from Jacquard Loom and the Hollerith Tabulating Machine, through mainframes and miniframes, to micros and workstations. (Though I would have expected more workstations, but that is my personal tick, and maybe they just don’t have room.)
At first I thought of uploading the photos here but ugh too many, too big, hoping sharing the Google photos gallery is acceptable.