The shiny white surfaces punctuated with glowing blue neon displays and floors interspersed with large white periodic table tiles transport you to the future, which is actually taking place in the present. The Intel Museum is a 10,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility that features everything silicon chip: its history, the process for making them, the history of Silicon Valley, and other high-tech related topics. The cool, high-tech interactive exhibits will be interesting for adults and fascinating for children who don't yet understand the big deal about silicon chips and microprocessors. You may be able to score a guided tour if a docent is available, or you can take the self-guided tour at your own pace.
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