Located in an industrial park, there is plenty of room for all the vintage presses and cases of typeface.
Many of the presses, no longer produced, are still in good running order.
This is an old fashioned newspaper printing press.
This operator is typing on an old linotype machine which sets rows of type.
Here, the crowd is watching the press operator print on a letterpress.
The International Printing Museum is open on Saturdays from 10 to 4. Tours are given to guests and you can also nose around on your own. There are many, many fascinating things to see.
Last fall, the new Book Arts Institute moved in to one of the building on site. The Institute sponsors many excellent montly programs on printing, bookbinding, papermaking, and more. Yesterday's program was a collagraph demonstration by artist Sandy Cvar.