Vermilion News Print Shop Museum Now Open!


Vermilion News Print Shop Museum
727 Grand Street


Hours:   Monday, Wednesday and Sunday  1:00PM - 4:00 PM
Saturday  11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Admission:  Donation $3.00
Children free with adult
Free admission for members


The Vermilion News Print Shop Museum is a nonprofit organization.
The building and equipment served as a print shop
and a weekly paper from 1905 - 1964.

The print shop houses two linotypes (c. 1915) and four letter presses:
 Stonemetz 2 Revolution Newspaper Press (c. 1919)
Kelly Press (c. 1917)
Chandler and Price 8" x 12" Gordon Jobber Press (c. 1900)
Heidelberg Windmill Press (c. 1954)

There is a book bindery/storage room with a manual paper cutter,
electric stapler, and manual hole punch machine.

The Vermilion News Print Shop Museum 
is a business member of Main Street Vermilion   

Main Street Vermilion and Harbour Town