Note: This page originally appeared as part of a 1994 news item on
the IHTFP Hack Gallery website. The exhibit that it describes
closed on March 4, 2001, and the Museum's hours and admission rates
have since changed. You can find the current hours and rates
at the Museum's website.
Excepting this note, the original content of this page has been
preserved for history.
MIT Hall of Hacks--Crazy after Calculus
- The MIT Museum (N52), 265 Mass. Ave, 2nd floor, Cambridge
- Tuesday through Friday 9am-5pm
- Saturday and Sunday Noon to 5pm
- Closed Mondays and holidays
- $3 for general admission
- $1 for senior citizens and children under 12
- Free with MIT ID
- Further Information:
- call (617)-253-4444
The MIT Hall of Hacks features pictures of hacks dating back to the early
1900s, and artifacts of some recent ones, such as:
Other exhibits include a Holography exhibit and the sliderule exhibit.
Also available are Brian Leibowitz's The
Journal of the Institute for Hacks, TomFoolery, and Pranks at MIT
and other things at the MIT museum shop.
Top of the IHTFP Hack Gallery