Enjoy tasty Easter Bytes of a less traditional sort at the Museum of Computing

Easter Bytes returns for its second week of creative  creative digital fun tomorrow (Thursday, April 13), running with fun through to, and including Easter Monday.

Thursday starts with the launch of Gamar - a family-friendly augmented reality tour of the Museum - and is followed by hands-on activities from computer music to Arduino workshops plus interaction with friendly talking robots.

On Friday morning, there will be a Relaxed Opening session (registration required) in the morning especially designed for people with autism and disabilities.

On Saturday afternoon there is a free Arduino workshop (registration recommended) for anyone who wants to get into the world of Arduinos but doesn't know where to start.

Every day there will be opportunities to make computer music thanks to the ingenuity of Phil Catterall, a very resourceful and imaginative volunteer at the Museum.

See new worlds with computerised 3D microscopes (from Friday to Sunday)..

Pop along and enjoy the fun for a very modest entrance fee amongst the incredible computers that over seven decades have transformed our world...