Kner printing museum
THE KNER PRINTING MUSEUM
The Kner Collection of Printing History is housed in the former residence of Imre Kner. The house was designed by Lajos Kozma and built in 1925 in a so-called “folk-baroque” style. Since 1970, the building has housed one of the nation’s most complete collection of printing history. The Museum showcases the works of members of the Kner Family and displays the history of the Gyomai Kner Printing Company from its founding in 1882 to our present day. Visitors have a chance to see books, ball invitations, calendars, letterheads, posters, shares, early photographs, and historic documents all originally printed at Kner in the exhibitions. Traditional functioning printing and binding machines enhance the visiting experience.
The Museum is open Thursday through Sunday 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. from April 1st to October 31st each year.
5500 Gyomaendrőd, Kossuth Lajos utca 16.sz.
Phone Number: (66) 887-424, (66) 581-640
Discount: 400 Ft
Adult: 800 Ft
Sponsor: The Municipality of Gyomaendrőd