The Norwegian Printing Museum can be found at Bjergsted in Stavanger.
The building was originally built and used as a warehouse for the canning company Christian Bjelland.
The museum has exhibitions on the art of printing, and on its significance in society from Gutenberg to the present day. On activity days there are demonstrations of typesetting using lead types, as well as printing with hand presses, and motorised printing presses.
The Café Gutenberg offers light refreshments, and there is also a small shop.