In this restored home of rebel publisher William Lyon Mackenzie, visitors can get their hands dirty with a working linotype and eight different operating heritage presses.
The oldest wooden press in Canada remains one of the museum’s most important treasures. A walk through this beautiful home promises to take you through 500 years of printing technology.
It seemed to be overpriced for the tour, because the site itself is contained to a small area. It was fairly interesting, though and they let you print a bookmark yourself by pulling the handle on...
My girlfriend and I took a tour of the Mackenzie Printery Museum as part of the Niagara Parks Access Package. It was a great tour. The three young ladies really knew their stuff and they were so...
This visit is about 20 minutes long, depending on how many questions the group has. You get to have an experience in making a print with your name on it and learn about the improvements of the...