The National Print Museum aims to be open to all. If you have any access requirements, please get in touch.

On the ground floor, visitors will find the Reception, Museum Shop, permanent exhibition, toilets, and Café. The ground floor is fully accessible to wheelchair users. Entry for wheelchairs, prams and buggies is via the Café.

On the mezzanine level, visitors will find the temporary exhibitions. The mezzanine level is only accessed by stairs – regrettably not accessible to wheelchair users or some persons with mobility issues.

The Museum welcomes guide and service dogs.

There are Large Text Booklets on the righthand side as you enter the Museum.

Quieter times tend to be early mornings during the week.

If you wish to get a sense of the layout and experience of the Museum ahead of your visit, check out our Visual Story document. Please drop us a line at if you have any feedback.

Our staff are on hand throughout your visit and happy to support your visit in anyway they can.

a view of the Old Garrison Chapel's exterior, in which the Museum is housed