Celebrating 10 years of Raspberry Pi with a new museum exhibition

Ten years ago, Raspberry Pi started shipping its first computers in order to inspire young people to reimagine the role of technology in their lives. What started with a low-cost, high-performance computer has grown into a movement of millions of people of all ages and backgrounds.

A group of children and an adult have fun using Raspberry Pi hardware.

Today, Raspberry Pi is the UK’s best-selling computer, and the Raspberry Pi Foundation is one of the world’s leading educational non-profits. Raspberry Pi computers make technology accessible to people and businesses all over the world. They are used everywhere from homes and schools to factories, offices, and shops.

Several models of the Raspberry Pi computer.

Visit the history of Raspberry Pi

To help celebrate this 10-year milestone, we’ve partnered with The National Museum of Computing, located at the historic Bletchley Park, to open a new temporary exhibit dedicated to telling the story of the Raspberry Pi computer, the Raspberry Pi Foundation, and the global community of innovators, learners, and educators we’re a part of.

A young person programs a robot buggy built with LEGO bricks and the Raspberry Pi Build HAT.

In the exhibit, you’ll be able to get hands-on with Raspberry Pi computers, hear the story of how Raspberry Pi came to be, and see a few of the many ways that Raspberry Pi has made an impact on the world.

Join us for the exhibition opening

We know that not everyone will be able to experience the exhibit in person, and so we’ll live-stream the grand opening this Saturday 5 March 2022 at 11:15am GMT.

If you’re able to make it to the National Museum of Computing on Saturday, tickets are available to purchase.

We’re delighted to celebrate 10 years with all of you, and we’re excited about the next 10 years of Raspberry Pi.

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Really excellent and amazing news.

Reply to Shayari Hindi

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Congrats, and sounds wonderful. However, I don’t think I’ll get up at 3 AM for the live stream… (Or is it 2 AM…or 4AM… That’s the morning that–locally–the shift is made from standard time to DST.)

Reply to W. H. Heydt

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What a lovely idea. Might pop along seeing as I’m only down the road :-)

Reply to Michael Horne

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Congratulations.

I’m a big fan of The National Museum of Computing, so I’m really looking forward to coming along. I’m busy in the morning so likely miss the actual launch, but hope to see everyone during the afternoon.

Reply to Stewart Watkiss

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See you all there on Saturday. Looking forward to it :)

Reply to Mark Norwood

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As a community we should also start Online Exibition of Respberry Pi. This is very important to spark the curiosity about Respberry Pie Capabilities among children.

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