|Apple Computers timeline 1976-2012|
|PowerMacs 1994 - 2006|
|Macintosh computers 1984 - 1991|
There are bucket loads of other Apple accessories, including printers, cameras, networking devices and i/o devices.
Some people may argue that the museum exhibits don't reflect the latest and shiniest kit to originate from Cupertino, but this was an intentional decision because the museum curators wanted to focus on products created during Jobs' lifetime, so there is no representation of items after 2012.
Tickets cost €9 for adults (a little under £8 at today's rates) and all profits go to charity.
As an Apple user myself for the last ten years, and someone with a real interest in the history of IT, I found it a fascinating way to spend a (very) wet afternoon. Although quite a lot of the exhibits also appear to exist in my spare bedroom, they aren't anywhere nearly as well presented as they are in the museum, which could almost have been designed by Apple itself.
Please note - photography is not allowed in the museum (oops!)