John Jarrold Printing Museum

One of the finest museums in the country dedicated to printing.

The objectives of the museum are . . .

To preserve historic printing machines and equipment
To practise the ancient crafts of printing and bookbinding
To produce good work
To pass on the skills of the craftsmen to others
To keep alive the heritage of the past in order to better understand the impact of future technical developments

Venue Type:


Opening hours

09.30 to 12.30 every Wednesday
and by special arrangement

Admission charges


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Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days: John Jarrold Print Museum

  • 10 — 12 September 2015

A working printing museum, with a fascinating collection of printing machines from the 19th and 20th centuries. Over Heritage Open Days volunteers will be available to answer questions. Not suitable for young children.

Suitable for

  • Any age


John Jarrold Printing Museum

logo: Heritage Open Days 2014



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