This could be one of the most interesting places you will ever visit - a museum devoted to Johannes Gutenberg, who invented moveable type in the fifteenth century and transformed the way books were produced. There are a series of exhibitions on printing through history, and the museum contains three of Gutenberg's surviving Bibles (kept on display in a walk-in safe on one of the upper floors).
The first section has extensive descriptions in English, but they just give up after that and you're left to puzzle over dense German text. It's a shame, as I felt I could have learned a lot. And the whole place is overrun with school groups, generally wishing they were elsewhere.
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