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Want to step back in time to see how arduous getting out a broadsheet or newspaper use to be? Want to see a relica of the Gutenberg press and actual working printing presses of bygone eras? Want to actually touch and even operate some of...更多
We took grades 5-8 from our small parochial school here for a field trip. We scheduled an hour, but we could have easily spent another 45 minutes. Artist in Residence, Charles Criner gave students and parents a very interesting tour, including allowing the students to...更多
We took a 10 am tour with 6 others and loved seeing the presses operated They loved making their own...更多
A great little museum with active studios. We enjoyed strolling through the museum and seeing the machines used throughout the years. The best part was the museum gift shop. I was able to purchase a colored print and signed by Charles Dickenson's great grandson! Amazing!
This is a hidden gem most people in Houston don't know about. The tour guide was fantastic with the kids and really kept them interested. Its a small museum but no admission fee.
very enlightening and a must see, it is free and a lot of info about how printing used to be done. Lot of machines, antique stuff. In the same building there is a chocolate shop, we got lots of chocolates there!
This museum provides a unique history lesson. Though it's about printing, it's impossible to ignore the content and context of the printing on display. The small museum is simply dense with info. Most exhibits were a window into another time- thus emphasizing the impact of...更多
We have been to this museum a number of times to see various special exhibits they have hosted. Some of these have been very good, such as the photographs of Marvin Zindler, or prints of the birds of Texas, etc. They also have some informative...更多
Not too many people know about Houston's Printing Museum. Formerly the Museum of Printing History and recently rebranded, if you...更多