Rabenhauptstraat 65      (+31) 505 25 64 97     more than a year ago
A quirky museum dedicate to the history of graphic art, the graphic industry and the works of local printer and artist Hendrik Werkman, member of the renowned local group De Ploeg. Housed in a former school built in the unique Amsterdam School architectural style in 1928, the rooms are crammed with printing presses and instruments, and although there are no texts in English, the staff is happy to tell you about the development of graphic design; call ahead to arrange a tour. Located just behind the central station, it's well worth a visit before hopping on the train.


OpenĀ 13:00-17:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission €4,75/3,75.


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