The Royal Press Museum has set its sights on becoming the world’s first polyglot letterpress living museum dedicated to preserving the craft of letterpress printing. It continues to be a work in progress, leading the conversation on the importance of preserving crafts and protecting heritage buildings.

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Visitors can expect to spend between 1-2 hours exploring the museum. This is not only an opportunity to learn about the history and art of printing, but also a chance to witness the evolution of the printing craft over time.

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The museum is a vibrant place with a variety of engaging activities. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about multilingual printing, from selecting and arranging type to the actual printing and finishing of the product. The museum also hosts special events such as art exhibitions, workshops, and classes on the art of printing.

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The Royal Press Museum has received a 5-star rating and is ranked #46 out of 175 things to do in Melaka. This makes it a noteworthy destination for history buffs and art enthusiasts alike.

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The Royal Press Museum is more than just a museum; it’s a living heritage site that preserves and promotes the art of printing. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, an art lover, or simply curious, a visit to The Royal Press Museum offers a rich and unique experience.