The museum site is closed over the winter but…
WE’LL BE OPENING AGAIN FROM March until October, 2024
FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS
11AM to 3PM
While you are here take a look around and discover a bit more about what we do…
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Looking for gift?
for someone who is interested in printing
– take a peek in our online shop…
or why not gift a years membership to
Norwich Printing Museum?
WHEN WE’RE OPEN AGAIN IN 2024
YOU CAN FIND US AT THE
BLICKLING ESTATE, NORFOLK
Norwich Printing Museum is a rarity being one of the few remaining working printing museums in the UK.
The museum was born from a collection of printing machinery, type and bindery equipment from the early days of Jarrold & Sons Ltd, which was first established in Suffolk in 1815.
Our new fully-working Museum in Residence opened at the Blickling Estate in July 2021 with the aim of exhibiting part of our unique collection of printing machinery and artefacts and to pass on the traditional skills of the compositor, printer and bookbinder through regular demonstrations and specialist courses.
SOME HIGHLIGHTS OF 2023 INCLUDED…
MAKING IMPRESSIONS TALK At St Bride Foundation
St Bride Foundation in London invited five printing institutions from Great Britain and Ireland to open their doors to share their stories, culture and treasures held within their walls.
With talks from the National Print Museum Dublin, Norwich Printing Museum, The Bodleian Bibliographical Press, Cambridge Museum of Technology and the St Bride Library and Print Workshop, this lecture shines the spotlight on the rich tradition of letterpress printing heritage in our Isles.
DID you see us on the BBC news?
In May 2023 the Norwich Printing Museum captured the attention of the BBC with the news when they discovered that we’re on the search for a new home for our historic print collection…
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