The Printing Museum Admission

The Printing Museum

The Printing Museum explores the intersections of the history, art, and technology of printing and demonstrates its enduring impact through exhibitions, interactive tours, and creative workshops.

With over 10,000 items in its permanent collection—including one of the earliest printed documents, fine-art facsimiles such as the Gutenberg Bible, and contemporary limited-edition works on paper—the Museum is an engaging place for kids and adults alike.

To comply with local and state reopening policies, the museum has reduced capacity to 40 visitors per hour and groups are limited to no more than 10 visitors. All visitors 10 years and older are required to wear masks. Museum Staff will be cleaning areas daily and high-contact surfaces are sanitized twice daily.

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$8.95

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$5.95

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The Printing Museum Admission

The Printing Museum explores the intersections of the history, art, and technology of printing and demonstrates its enduring impact through exhibitions, interactive tours, and creative workshops.

With over 10,000 items in its permanent collection—including one of the earliest printed documents, fine-art facsimiles such as the Gutenberg Bible, and contemporary limited-edition works on paper—the Museum is an engaging place for kids and adults alike.

To comply with local and state reopening policies, the museum has reduced capacity to 40 visitors per hour and groups are limited to no more than 10 visitors. All visitors 10 years and older are required to wear masks. Museum Staff will be cleaning areas daily and high-contact surfaces are sanitized twice daily.

Full information about health & safety can be found at: http://printingmuseum.org/visitor-info/.

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Free - $8.95

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365 days after purchase

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The Printing Museum

Located in the Montrose District, The Printing Museum contains one of the largest collections of historic printed artifacts and working vintage presses. Visitors can explore the power of printing throughout the ages, as well as ignite their creativity in hands-on gallery exhibits and four artist studios.

Information about health & safety can be found at: http://printingmuseum.org/visitor-info/.