At the Printing Museum or Living Museum of Typography, you’ll see in action large printing presses used in the previous century!
This museum is very much alive and even a little noisy. Especially when your guide, Jacques Driot, presses the ‘On’ button!
This museum is about more than machines related to printing. It’s a time machine to the past… The word processor, screens and software have yet to be invented. Everything here is done by hand and adjusted to within a millimetre.
Here, you’ll smell the odour of ink and feel the emotion that reigns in this museum forged by the human hand.
For a perfect addition to the ambience, the museum is located in the old Rebais train station, which saw its last train depart in 1943!
Parking available on site.
Schedules, Welcome conditions & Prices
Information subject to change and to the evolution of sanitary conditions in force:
• Open all year round, appointments preferred.
For your safety, welcome conditions are specially set up:
• Direction of the visit and limited number of people respecting social distancing.
• Hydroalcoholic gel dispenser at the entry of the museum.
• Wearing of the mask is obligatory.
• Adult 5 € – free for 12 of age and under.
• For a group over 10 adults: 3,50 € per pers.
Length: about 1h30.
Rdv at 7 & 9 avenue des Tilleuls, in the old Rebais train station (77510).
33 00 6 75 95 86 85