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.
This museum is small but worth a quick stop to learn about some history and to also try some old printing techniques. Fee: There is a small fee per person which includes a tour (just one floor...
Tucked away in the corner of the village of Queenston is a small but very interesting museum. The purpose of the museum is two-fold: a history of William Lyon Mackenzie, who published his...
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...