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.
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Featured in the July 2006 issue of Texas Highways, the Museum was described as “a honeycomb of intimate gallery space. It is full of a stunning collection of objects and artifacts devoted to the history, science, and art of printing.” The portrait of the Museum concludes that “printed text may be taken for granted, but a visit seems magical once again.”
EARLY COMMUNICATION GALLERY:
JOHANNES GUTENBERG GALLERY:
EARLY NEWSPAPERS AND THE FOUNDING OF A NATION:
THE FIRST TEXAS PRINTER AND THE MAKING OF TEXAS:
HEARST NEWSPAPER GALLERY
MODERN TECHNOLOGY GALLERY:
THE PRINTING MUSEUM THEATER:
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