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We had the opportunity to be guided by Carlos, who was a fantastic and informative guide. The museum is kind of a hands-on tour, and the history about the first paper sheets produced was fascinating. Muito obrigada, Carlos!
A fantastic interactive museum that allows visitors to experience the paper making process. We had two younger children with us and they had a ball. They all enjoyed the printing and making paper, but the biggest hit were the typewriters, which they found endlessly fascinating....More
I didn't plan on visiting the paper mill because it was,... well, a paper mill. I'm so glad that we decided to use our last day in Basel at this intelligent, interesting and well put together museum. I appreciated that they had signs in English...More
My wife and I throughly enjoyed our visit here. Following the history of paper. From how it was made hundreds of years ago (using the equipment from Hundreds of years ago) to the history of writing, language, ink & printing. We printed our own paper,...More
Went in for one hour came out after four hours. A very engaging and will set out museum. Complete with hands on workshops on printing, typesetting, marvelling,and others. Brough out the social value of paper and printing
Visited with my partner and we both really enjoyed it. If you have a Basel card from your hotel you can get half price entry, but I think it’d be worth it at full price too. There’s 4 small floors and on each floor you...More
As I said in my review, (May 29th) my daughter (21) and I were the first in at 11am and enjoyed the museum, most of the exhibits and a walk round the shop in an hour. Unfortunately not everything is written in English so we... More
As I said in my review, (May 29th) my daughter (21) and I were the first in at 11am and enjoyed the museum, most of the exhibits and a walk round the shop in an hour. Unfortunately not everything is written in English so we passed those bits by. But it is located in a picturesque area.