The Crandall Historical Printing Museum is a unique one-of-a-kind museum, the only one like it in all the world! It offers a museum of printing methods as well as hands-on exhibits. It is a living documentary of the role the written and printed word has had on history.
The museum features replicas of famous historic shops and presses including a re-creation of the world's oldest printing house. Watch as type is cast and a page of the Gutenberg Bible is printed. See Benjaman Franklin's Printing House and the Grandin Print Shop where the first Book of Mormon was printed.
$5 per person. Call ahead for a toured visit.