The Printing and Paper Museum is situated in a beautiful Art Nouveau building on Kastani Street which was constructed in 1910. Over its two floors you can see how paper is made, admire paper sculptures, historical printing presses and a variety of other exhibitions, both permanent and temporary. Workshops are regularly held at the museum. To date these have included designing and making 3D postcards, printing posters and binding handmade notebooks. The museum also operates as a printing house and organises courses for art students. There is plenty to discover here for children, families and specialists alike.