We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews make your own hands on activities book binding water wheel water mill printing press type setting all ages great hands quill pen both adults and children st alban old mill learn how four floors gift shop few hours
I wanted to entertain my guests (couple with a 8 years old kid), and we all loved it!
There is an experience room, where you can learn how paper can be made out of wood or cloths and actually make it yourself (with a bit...More
You’ll learn lots about the history of paper and printing. There are 4 floors, and you can do a different activity on each floor, like make your own paper or try calligraphy with an old fashioned feather quill pen.
We took our small children to visit the Basel Paper Mill Museum. The kids got to make their own paper and get a better understanding of the process. The museum was broken down into 3 sections which covered the history of printing along with machines...More
The museum offered alot of interactive activities (for free) along with the interesting history of making paper. At the museum paper for special occasions is still being produced manually, which can be seen when visiting it. Make sure you take enough time to visit the...More
This is one of my favorite museums in Basel. It is located in an old mill so the house in itself is interesting with small rooms, low ceilings, narrow staircases. I learned about paper production in the old days and also the way people lived...More
The paper mill museum is very interesting the location is not a tourist location like the art museums that are all over town but it is not a very well known museum until you are about 10 minutes from it by the Rhein the signs...More
Great place to visit, opens at 11 so don't arrive early like we did. Made our own paper, printed and embossed it etc - the staff were all very friendly and knowledgeable. Interesting museum and easy access to all floors via lift. Not busy in...More
This was a very educational and interesting way to spend an afternoon.... we found it well worth the entrance fee and all the workers we met were super friendly.... and a lovely coffee shop to finish it up....
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.