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With its rough-hewn oak beams, colonial chandeliers, many-paned windows and wide oak floorboards, the interior resembles the Old Ship Church in Hingham, Mass. In this appropriate setting, you will find a scale model (made by Dard Hunter) of the vat...more
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The history of Crane paper is far more interesting than I expected. I found myself spending more than an hour reading all the fascinating tidbits of history - both new and old.
There is far more to Crane paper than just making the paper for...More
Went to this museum and was pleasantly surprised. This is where all the currency for our country is made. Ex employees give an interesting account of how the currency is made , transferred,marked and transferred to the printing federal offices. Very good. Takes about an...More
I can't improve on what other five-star reviewers have described. I wouldn't have given this museum a glance, but a friend brought me there and I'm very glad she did. One thing I would mention: yes, it's free, but they have a jar for donations,...More
We've been meaning to visit this museum for a very long time, and we are delighted that today we did. There is a short video, from the "Made in America" TV show, for you to watch on the making of our nation's currency paper. And...More
Learn all about the money making process. How they make it, how they ship the paper to the government, and the fascinating ways they beat the counterfeiters! The 50 and 100 dollar bills! Really good, and it’s free. Check for hours before visiting this beautiful...More
We were surprised to learn that all of our U.S. Currency, Passports and other countries currency paper is made here at the Crane Paper Company. We walked in during an art demonstration using shaving foam, acrylic paint and Crane paper. This was very enjoyable. The...More
We visited this museum yesterday. Not only are the exhibits of the paper making process well documented and interesting, but the staff of the museum is outstanding. They are incredibly generous with their knowledge of the company and industry over time, with a plethora of...More
As I have spent my working life in the print and paper trade I found the museum interesting- it consists of some information about the history of Cranes Paper, a short video and a brief demo of how paper is made.
Cranes make all of...More