The National Print Museum is a museum of printing craft skills. It has a collection of over 10,000 objects that covers the whole range of the printing craft in Ireland. The collection consists of printing machinery and artefacts including printing blocks, metal and wooden movable type, ephemera, photographs, books, pamphlets, periodicals and one banner. The collection policy covers from the introduction of movable type to Ireland (in the 16th century) to the present day.
Tues to Fri 10am – 4pm
Sat & Sun 12pm – 4pm
Open until 9pm on Thursdays in September & October.
Admission is free, with guided tours most days at 12 noon, €5 per person.
Free tour every Sunday (excluding bank holiday weekends) at 1pm.
Closed Mondays, Public Holidays and Bank Holiday Weekends (Saturday – Monday inclusive).
Occasionally closes early for events.
Closed 21 Dec-Jan 1