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hackerspaceCountryStateCityLast UpdatedNumber of membersSize of roomsMembership feeDate of founding
MicroGermanyBavariaMunich24 July 2009122023 May 2009
TechStarsUnited States of AmericaColoradoBoulder26 August 2009510000 ft2$200 USD monthly, month to month.26 December 2008
Hackers LoungeGermanyBerlinBerlin13 November 20098115m²This Space is for free, meeting is every Tuesday at 8pm.14 November 2003
KLUG.gr (Kozani Linux User's GroupGreeceWest MacedoniaKozani21 November 2009301 room (100 m²)Membership fee: 20 Euro/yearly.1 October 2009
XDAPortugalCoimbraCoimbra3 December 20091550m210Eur1 September 2009
Godhack.org3 April 201040500 m2300 usd9 September 2009
Delaware Hackerspace6 July 2010101700 sq ft.030 July 2009
KarajLebanonBeirut19 October 20103300m201 March 2010
Racó NòmadaSpainAlicanteElche22 November 201020269 m²250 € per month complete full-time space.12 November 2010
10BitWorksUnited States of AmericaTexasSan Antonio24 November 2010201300ft² plus a small breakroom40$ a month, although we're flexible with students and others. Please email us for details.15 August 2010
Makerspace VictoriaCanadaBritish ColumbiaVictoria21 December 2010121100 sq ft$50 monthly for space access, $100 monthly for keyholder1 October 2010
Feral Technology InstituteUnited States of AmericaIowaGuernsey1 January 20115800 ft2Free30 November 1996
FOSS LabsRussian FederationTatarstanKazan10 January 20114040 sq.m.Membership is free for students of all local schools, teachers and IT professionals. There is a projects moderation.1 October 2010
HackerSpace@GZChinaGuangdongGuangzhou18 January 2011190m²Free19 January 2011
Hacker Space Kuala LumpurMalaysiaWilayah PersekutuanKuala Lumpur18 January 201181300 ft²All members: RM50/month17 March 2009
FlamingoEDA Open SpaceChinaBeijingBeijing14 February 20111020m²$2/hour14 February 2011
WesternMass HackerspaceUnited States of AmericaMassachusettsIndian Orchard24 March 2011491200 ft²We have tiered membership fees that range from zero to $50/month1 October 2010
ZeitsparwerkAustriaTyrolWörgl25 March 201114130 m²50 EUR monthly1 April 2009
NbashYEMENTAIZ27 April 20112334 m21512 July 2010
InfluenSol HackerspaceUnited States of AmericaNew YorkHempstead2 May 20118Basement Workspace 150 + ft²tba7 February 2011
BUILDSUnited States of AmericaMassachusettsBoston4 May 2011100700 ft²Free26 January 2010
LCD - Audiência ZeroPortugalPortoMatosinhos10 May 201110300 m210 euros / month20 September 2008
BootlabGermanyBerlinBerlin9 June 20112.30m²laptop membership 25 euro monthly office membership 75 euro monthly23 January 2000
MAD emergent art centerNetherlandsNoord BrabantEindhoven14 June 20111275m2various1 May 2008
BrainSiloUnited States of AmericaOregonPortland, OR1 July 201120850 square feet$40/month2 May 2009
BioCuriousUnited States of AmericaCaliforniaSunnyvale2 July 20111902400ft²To be determined USD1 January 2010
HackerSpaceYKIndonesiaDIYYogyakarta30 July 20111230 m²300,000 IDR monthly4 May 2011
Computer Club of Western Michigan UniversityUnited States of AmericaMichiganKalamazoo15 August 201150900 sq ft$10/year1 October 1976
UnloquerColombiaAntioquiaMedellin19 August 2011715 m²zero pesos \\ gratiniano1 February 2009
Hack LabSerbiaCentral SerbiaSokobanja & Aleksinac26 August 20114Still no specific room...You decide!1 January 2010
IN-BerlinGermanyGermanyBerlin27 August 201150120m²9€/month
Costs of participation and usage of our ISP services are dependent on the services used.
3 February 1995
House4HackSouth AfricaGautengCenturion22 September 201112400m²Free for now, need to figure out how to fund this1 August 2011
Huntsville Alabama L5 Society (HAL5) - Project HALOUnited States of AmericaAlabamaHuntsville28 October 201110450 ft²$16/yr for Regular Membership, $8/yr for Special Membership (youth <22yrs, senior citizen, retired or unemployed). Application info at the HAL5 website: http://chapters.nss.org/al/HAL5/JoinHAL5.shtml.1 January 1994
Hackspace MontevideoUruguayMontevideoMontevideo4 November 2011201$20 USD monthly.20 January 2011
Hackspace MorelosMexicoMorelosCuernavaca8 November 2011470 m25014 November 2011
IntellectaBrazilSão PauloSão Paulo2 December 201130120 m²Free3 January 2011
UnperfekthausGermanyEssen9 December 20115134000 m²EUR 4 for 1 hour, EUR 6,50 for 5 hours or EUR 10,50 per day

or EUR 45.- every 3 months

(both includes unlimited coffe, tea, softdrinks)
1 June 2004
StudentRNDUnited States of AmericaWashingtonBellevue11 December 2011603500 ft^2Free! (Soda and snacks are available for $1USD)19 April 2009
HappyLabAustriaViennaVienna19 December 2011375250 sqmstarting form EUR 3 per month7 October 2006
SeeqnceLebanonBeirutBeirut4 January 201224200m2Seeqnce has a number of options for the use of its space. The Seeqnce League, an exclusive application-based membership for hackers, geeks, inventors, and technologists, provides Monday-Friday access to the Seeqnce Community Space from 6 PM to 10:30 PM for only 20 USD/month. Web & mobile entrepreneurs, startups, et al can become Seeqnce Residents for 525 USD/month (discounts available for three and six months paid in advance), getting Monday-Friday access to the Seeqnce Accelerator Space and Ideation Chamber from 8 AM to 10:30 PM and Saturdays from 8 AM to 2:30 PM. Daily walk-in Coworkers pay 20 USD/day, 90 USD/week (paid in advance, otherwise the rate is 100 USD/week), 152 USD/2 weeks (paid in advance, otherwise the rate is 180 USD/2 weeks), and get access to the Seeqnce Community Space Monday-Friday from 8 AM to 10:30 PM and Saturday from 8 AM to 2:30 PM (discounts apply for Saturdays). All forms for applying to Residency, Daily Coworking, or the League can be found at facebook.com/seeqnce1 June 2010
Laboratoire Ouvert LyonnaisFranceRhône-AlpesLyon13 January 201215≅100m²5€ / mois ; Inscription facultative.12 January 2011
The CrucibleUnited States of AmericaCaliforniaOakland29 February 20123555,000 ft2$1,000 / year1 January 2010
The Bocoup LoftUnited States of AmericaMassachusettsBoston7 March 2012306,000 ft²Free.1 December 2009
Splat SpaceUnited States of AmericaNorth CarolinaDurham10 March 2012501100 sq ft$50/month for full membership (24/7 access)

$35/month for full membership (student rate)

$20/month for associate membership
1 September 2010
OMNICORPDETROITUnited States of AmericaMichiganDetroit14 March 2012286500 ft²$95/mo cheque1 November 2010
Labor23GermanyBavariaWuerzburg21 March 201219160 m^2 and more40,-€ monthly23 March 2009
ThinkHausCanadaOntarioHamilton27 March 2012201000 ft²Full membership- $60/month Special Starving Hacker rates available2 June 2009
BucketworksUnited States of AmericaWisconsinMilwaukee2 April 20125027000 ft2~$75/ month for professonal membership w/24 hr access20 May 2002
Base48Czech RepublicBrno22 April 20122062 m2400 CZK per month (200 CZK for students)16 July 2010
Hive13United States of AmericaOhioCincinnati23 April 2012403500 ft²$50/mo full, $13.37/mo student9 April 2009
Ace Monster ToysUnited States of AmericaCaliforniaOakland25 April 2012401600 sqft.$80 USD/month standard $40 USD/mo if you're a student, unemployed, etc24 May 2010
Robots and DinosaursAustraliaNew South WalesSydney26 April 201239large mechanics workshop area$40/mo for regular members.

$20/mo for students/low income. $5–10 for a casual visit.

Discounts available for people paying in advance.
29 June 2009
Hacklab BelgradeSerbiaBelgrade5 May 201230401024 RSD, or any lower power of 211 February 2012
Makelab CharlestonUnited States of AmericaSouth CarolinaCharleston12 May 201218500 SqftFull member: 50 USD/Month

Junior member: 25 USD/Month Student discount: 20% Highschool Rate 15 USD/Month 20% discount in return for volunteering for the space. Will accept equipment in lieu of dues

Family Rate: Adults pay normal fees supervised children are free.
22 November 2010
Sprinter startupEstoniaHarjuTallinn18 May 2012730m2Free11 January 2011
MakeHavenUnited States of AmericaConnecticutNew Haven23 May 2012231600 ft2$50 per Month1 January 2012
SB HackerspaceUnited States of AmericaCaliforniaSanta Barbara24 May 201230425 sq ftWe have a four-tier membership system; $100 a month for unlimited access, free 3D prints, rack space or a VM, and tool scheduling, one free class a month, ID card, and storage space. $35 a month for 9am - 9pm daily access, tool scheduling, discounted classes, storage space, a VM, ID card, and 3 free 3D prints. $10 a month for 9am - 9pm access, an ID card, and discounted classes. The final tier is free, it comes with access to the space during any regularly scheduled meeting, an ID card, and the warm fuzzy feeling that you're helping out the community.2 August 2010
Syn2catLuxembourgLuxembourgStrassen28 May 201243120 m²The minimum membership fee for individuals is 6€/month. This is a minimum fee that should allow everyone to attend the hackerspace. The actual amount of your contribution is to be self-determined.26 August 2008
Ribbon FarmUnited States of AmericaMichiganDetroit8 June 2012301500 ft²Two levels of membership: free and 50 USD monthly23 January 2012
P-SpaceGreeceAchaiaPatras19 June 201235110 m²20 euro (monthly)15 December 2010
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