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Museum of Printing


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15 Thornton Avenue
Haverhill, MA 01832
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Museum of Printing


(??.? miles from you)

15 Thornton Avenue
Haverhill, MA 01832
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Experience vintage newspapers, books, and printed ephemera. The Museum of Printing preserves the art and craft of graphic communications. Exhibits include the presses and typesetters that produced books and newspapers

Touch a page 500 years old. See the plate that printed “Men Walk on Moon.” Awe at the ancient typesetters, presses, copiers, computers, and other technologies that made printed products for hundreds of years.

Type on an actual typewriter with all your fingers. Have your name cast in hot metal. See a $1 Million color scanner. Learn about cold type and the need for rubber cement. All this and more at the Museum of Printing in Haverhill, Mass.

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Why You Should Go...

Experience vintage newspapers, books, and printed ephemera. The Museum of Printing preserves the art and craft of graphic communications. Exhibits include the presses and typesetters that produced books and newspapers, but also the historic books and newspapers themselves. With over 40 vintage typewriters and early mimeographs, copiers, computers, and scanners on display you'll have the chance to dive into a unique part of history.

Touch a page 500 years old. See the plate that printed “Men Walk on Moon.” Awe at the ancient typesetters, presses, copiers, computers, and other technologies that made printed products for hundreds of years.

Type on an actual typewriter with all your fingers. Have your name cast in hot metal. See a $1 Million color scanner. Learn about cold type and the need for rubber cement. All this and more at the Museum of Printing in Haverhill, Mass.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Closed on: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Hours: Closed Today. Opens Sat

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Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

10:00am - 4:00pm

Cost: Less than $25

Access: Wheelchair

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Gift Shop

Extra Fun...

Fun Facts

The line of keys on the typewriter that begins with QWERTY has all the letters for the word typewriter.

Type characters are stored in cases. One was the Lower case and the other was the Upper case.

In 1870 the Boston Board of Trade took the first train from east to west coast and printed a newspaper on the train.

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Why You Should Go...

Experience vintage newspapers, books, and printed ephemera. The Museum of Printing preserves the art and craft of graphic communications. Exhibits include the presses and typesetters that produced books and newspapers, but also the historic books and newspapers themselves. With over 40 vintage typewriters and early mimeographs, copiers, computers, and scanners on display you'll have the chance to dive into a unique part of history.

Touch a page 500 years old. See the plate that printed “Men Walk on Moon.” Awe at the ancient typesetters, presses, copiers, computers, and other technologies that made printed products for hundreds of years.

Type on an actual typewriter with all your fingers. Have your name cast in hot metal. See a $1 Million color scanner. Learn about cold type and the need for rubber cement. All this and more at the Museum of Printing in Haverhill, Mass.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Closed on: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Hours: Closed Today. Opens Sat Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
10:00am - 4:00pm

Cost: Less than $25

Access: Wheelchair

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Gift Shop

How You Can Follow...

EXTRA FUN

Fun Facts

The line of keys on the typewriter that begins with QWERTY has all the letters for the word typewriter.

Type characters are stored in cases. One was the Lower case and the other was the Upper case.

In 1870 the Boston Board of Trade took the first train from east to west coast and printed a newspaper on the train.

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