Rosenlöf's Printing Press Museum is a living workroom museum, unique of it's kind in Europe and with few known counterparts in the rest of the world.
Rosenlöfs printing works was founded 1890. The company had approximately 20 employees during its heyday in the 1920's and 1930's. From then until the printer was shut down in 1974, business was run without any major changes or investments.
This printing museum is a complete workplace that is perfectly preserved with all the equipment that they used; hand typesetting, printing and bookbinding.