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We attended the Dickens Holiday Show last year based upon the recommendation of friends....our kids loved it, and so did we. Who would have ever thought that a place so rich in history could be "hidden" in Carson California!
They now have on display the...More
My husband and I came here with a Groupon deal. Totally worth it, even if we had paid full price. There were plenty of people working that we got our own private tour with George who was so knowledgeable and very friendly! We learned so...More
Came here for a tour with our GS troop. Didn't sound that interesting but wow! Our tour guide Sara was so knowledgeable and made it fun and educational for the girls. They had a short interactive lecture with her and then she took us around...More
You're thinking, "a museum about printing?" Go ahead and scoff - but visit. You start out mildly interested in the printing presses on display. Then they demonstrate them. You have to admit they're kinda cool. The guys who run this place are so dedicated to...More
We were aiding our granddaughter with her list of places on a project for her school. The printing museum was on that list. It was an interesting place to visit. The floor space was covered with different types and models of printing presses. You have...More
I went with middle school students from Summer School. I was so surprised that this place exist. It was a small place with tons of printing press machines inside. We stayed from 10am to 2pm. Students got to experience how to make paper and print...More
They have the third oldest printing press in the U.S. (1806). The two oldest are in the Smithsonian. There is also a replica of Ben Franklin's print shop, working Linotype machines and they do demonstrations if you take the tour. Very cool!
We want to go back to see the Ben Franklin show. It is a lively historical experience.
If you do not know the significance of the Guttenberg Bible or the most complicated machine ever invented which made the newspaper possible, then go here.
The museum was awesome. The BSA Graphic Arts & Pulp & Paper MB were awesome. We came up from San Diego, we met people from San Francisco Area and there were people from Virginia. The entire day was well planned, hands on and lots of...More