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.
In the hamlet of Queenston, the Mackenzie Printery is housed in a century-old rebuilt home once owned by newspapers publisher William Lyon Mackenzie, who lead a rebellion to bring responsible...
Touring this small museum was delightful and educational. I was drawn to it after reading that it had a linotype; I had recently learned about linotype machines and other printing while doing a...
A very enjoyable and riveting collection displaying a wide knowledge of the printing industry. I visited this museum in the afternoon with my family and the staff was very knowledgeable and helpful...