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An 18th-century printing press, where John Dunlap, the printer of the American Declaration of Independence, and James Wilson, grandfather of President Woodrow Wilson, learnt their trade. There is a collection of 19th-century hand-printing machines, as well as an audio-visual display. The former stationer’s shop is now a local museum run by Strabane District Council. Gray's Printing Press features exhibits related to: personalities, industry and decorative and applied art. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include: 18thc printing press and stationers.

Alternative name:

en Gray's Printing Press - National Trust

Gray's Printing Press
49 Main Street
BT82 8AU Strabane

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Science & Technology Specialized & Alternative



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Adults £5.00
Children Free


Group: £4pp (minimum of 15 per group)

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  • Wheelchair accessible


49 Main Street, Strabane, Northern Ireland


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