Discovery visit of the computer and video-games collections of the WDA Association

Since 1988, the WDA Association’s mission is to Collect, Preserve and Restore digital heritage in all its diversity.

©Association WDA/Mathieu Charreyre

Since 1988, the WDA Association’s mission is to Collect, Preserve and Restore digital heritage in all its diversity. In 2017, it saved more than half of the AntéMémoire collection of the former Musée de l'informatique de Paris.
Its collection now houses nearly 1,000 pieces (computers, calculators, mobiles, etc.) of the most prestigious brands in digital history, as well as an extensive collection of consoles and games-old video, software or devices and accessories of all kinds (processors, modems, etc.).

On the occasion of the European Heritage Days, the WDA exceptionally opens the doors of its workshop and its reserves and offers, young and old, to travel in the history of computer science and video games. --------------------------------------------------------- This year, the WDA Association is also exhibiting a curiosity: the Sinclair C5, a single-seater electric tricycle with electric assistance, created 40 years ago by British inventor Sir Clive Sinclair, true icon of the history of computing.

About the venue

Domaine Saint-Antonin, Route de Vauvenargues, Rte de Vauvenargues, 13490 Jouques
  • Patrimoine européen
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  • Musée, salle d'exposition

Since 1988, our mission: Collect, Preserve and Restore the digital heritage in all its diversity. The WDA is a 1901 law association born in 1988, dedicated to the preservation of digital heritage. Since its creation, the WDA has developed many activities and services. In particular, it has created a hardware recovery platform (free WEEE storage room) which allows it to make available to individuals and entities in need the revised second-hand equipment.

Access: Access by car (parking)

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