Cincinnati Type & Print Museum

Come celebrate Black History Month by attending a book signing at the museum on February 28th from

10:30 AM to 2 PM. 

Jinny Powers Berten will be signing her lasted book BY HIS SIDE. All attendants will print and illustration from one of Jinny’s books.

The Cincinnati Type & Print Museum is free to visit and open by appointment Tuesday through Saturday  at 10:00am, 12:00pm, or 1:00pm.

We are a working museum located in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Lower Price Hill. This means the equipment you see is fully functional, and still being used on a regular basis. You will get a hands-on look at the history of printing in the Greater Cincinnati Area, and have the chance to put ink on paper yourself!

Scheduled your tour by calling (513) 914-5722, or filling out our Visit Request Form.

A message from the Founder and Director, Gary Walton:



Our Purpose is Multifold:

• To preserve the history of printing and make people aware of the career opportunities in print media and to advance the Printing Industry by promoting new technologies. 

•  To create an environment for artists to make handmade paper and print letterpress items.

•  To break the cycle of addiction by providing training, jobs, and dignity to the people of Price Hill.

The museum facility is powered by BLOC Ministries, and our goal is to provide jobs to the people of Price Hill and give them a safe space to learn life skills. It is our hope that being able to provide for themselves will bring a sense ­of dignity and help break the cycle of addiction in our community.