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We're back!!! We're beyond excited to announce that we're reopening on Tuesday 11 May AND that we'll be offering free admission for all! You can plan and book your visit here [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ge6KT83wmM[/embed]...

We are delighted to announce that the Museum will reopen its doors on Tuesday 11 May. All the details coming soon! ...

Parallels is the first collaboration between the National Print Museum and Atelier Maser. A vividly contemporary print work, rooted in history and traditional craft, it calls up a vision of Ireland where freedom and opportunity are the rights of all. Invited to collaborate with the Museum for...

The National Print Museum champions print and its impact on the world. The Museum has since inception, aspired to preserve the story of printing - a technology that changed the world and is to this day is of course one of man’s greatest inventions. It...

The National Print Museum is delighted to announce Cairde Cló - a new series of virtual visits to "print friends" nationally and internationally. A member of the Museum's Curatorial Committee will join the guest host for a tour around their print studio or museum, posing...

Join our CEO, Carla Marrinan Funder, on this week's 120 Dublin Stories with The Little Museum and Santa Rita. Carla Marrinan Funder is Chief Executive Officer at the National Print Museum, where she has worked since 2010. The Museum is fully accredited under The Heritage Council's...

The Museum is delighted to host a virtual talk by Dr Dermot McGuinne: The Rome irish printing type, an account of the journey of detection involved in uncovering the whereabouts of the elusive punches for the Rome irish printing typeface of 1676 and the creation...

This Culture Night you can experience the National Print Museum online or onsite! Part 1, Virtual Museum Tour and Online Print Demo Ever seen a Linotype in action? Or heard the sound of the Heidelberg printing? Head online for a virtual tour of this unique museum –...

The National Print Museum and Canon are delighted to announce a photography competition. The new exhibition at the Museum is entitled A photographic celebration of the Chapel and features work of photographers Kate Swift, Mark Henderson and Ruth Carden. The Chapel is a collective term for...

We have reopened, hurray! We've gone to great lengths to make your visit as safe as possible - no least successfully signing up to the Failte Ireland Safety Charter. Here's what to expect from your visit! [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEaQvcMobr4[/embed]...