Printing Museum or Living Museum of Typography

Printing Museum or Living Museum of Typography

At the Printing Museum or Living Museum of Typography, you’ll see in action large printing presses used in the previous century!

Printing Museum or Living Museum of Typography, in Rebais close to Provins
19
May
31
Dec.

7 & 9 avenue des Tilleuls
77510 Rebais

3300675958685

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About

This museum is very much alive and even a little noisy. Especially when your guide, Jacques Driot, presses the ‘On’ button!

This museum is about more than machines related to printing. It’s a time machine to the past… The word processor, screens and software have yet to be invented. Everything here is done by hand and adjusted to within a millimetre.
Here, you’ll smell the odour of ink and feel the emotion that reigns in this museum forged by the human hand.

For a perfect addition to the ambience, the museum is located in the old Rebais train station, which saw its last train depart in 1943!

Parking available on site.

Schedules & Prices

Schedules:
• Open all year round, appointments preferred.

For your safety, welcome conditions are specially set up:
• Direction of the visit and limited number of people respecting social distancing.
• Hydroalcoholic gel dispenser at the entry of the museum.
• Wearing of the mask is obligatory.

Prices:
•  Adult 5 € – free for 12 of age and under.
•  For a group over 10 adults: 3,50 € per pers.

Length: about 1h30.
Guided tour.

Contacts

Rdv at 7 & 9 avenue des Tilleuls, in the old Rebais train station (77510).

33 00 6 75 95 86 85

jacques.driot@gmail.com

website (only in French)