National Print Museum in Dublin 4

National Print Museum is located in Dublin 4 (county of Dublin )

Address: Garrisson Chapel Beggar’s Bush, Haddington Road , Dublin 4

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Phone: 01 6603770

The National Print Museum collects, documents, preserves, exhibits, interprets and makes accessible the material evidence of the printing craft and fosters associated skills of the craft in Ireland. With the advancement in new technologies in the 1980s, letterpress printing was being made redundant. A group of like-minded printers and typesetters, spear-headed by former compositor and union official Mr Sean Galavan, fortunately had the foresight to start collecting printing equipment. In 1990 space was acquired at union offices on Gardiner Street in Dublin’s city centre and then in 1996 the Museum was officially opened by then President ,Mary Robinson, at the Old Garrison Chapel in Beggars Bush Barracks. Entry is free to the National Print Museum.


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