Learn about the museum's unique collection, have a go at making your own print, and explore some Irish-themed crafts too. Suitable for all the family. Self-guided activity. Free drop-in event, no booking required.
The National Print Museum was founded by members of the print industry, spearheaded by Sean Galavan, and in 1996 it officially opened at the Office of Public Works’ Garrison Chapel in Beggars Bush Barracks. The National Print Museum promotes a greater understanding of the historical significance and the contemporary relevance of printing in Ireland by exploring its heritage, craft and technology.