You may remember last summer, Tekserve, one of the earliest independent sellers of Apple technology and a precursor to the Apple Stores closed its doors after 29 years. The shop was host to a collection of classic Apple hardware which was auctioned off.
Curious what happened to it? The folks at MacPaw in Ukraine secretly bought the collection, shipped it overseas and turned it into an Apple Museum with models dating back more than three decades. A few of the pieces include a 128k Mac signed by Steve Wozniak, a Lisa, a NeXT computer as well as more modern pieces.
So, if your in Kyiv, you’ll want to add the MacPaw museum to your list of must-see sights. MacPaw is offering tours. For now, you can view photos of the collection and a video walk through on MacPaw’s website.