John Jarrold Printing Museum

The Museum was set up in 1982 in memory of John Jarrold, a pioneering printer whose reputation for innovation and technical excellence was held in high esteem in Europe, the USA and Japan. The Museum houses a comprehensive collection of historic printing equipment used at Jarrolds during the past 200 years.
Presses include a Stanhope, Columbian and Albion hand presses, treadle operated and automatic platen machines, and stop-cylinder and two-revolution cylinder presses.
The Museum is a working museum and includes a hot metal shop and bookbinding area.

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