The Printing Office at Fiddler's Grove
The Printing Office is a replica of an early storefront printing office.  Newspapers became one of the greatest tools of communication to inform and promote new ideas to the early pioneers.

The Printing Office houses two printing presses. The large printing press is on permanent loan from the Methodist Publishing House.  The Parthenon Press dated 1832, was shipped from Ohio on a flatboat to the Publishing House, was used until the 1960’s, when it was replaced.  The small printing press came from Castle Heights Military Academy.  It was used to print newsletters and schedules for the school.  It was donated by the Johnson Family of Lebanon.

The construction of the printing office building, the type set and other artifacts were donated by Mr. Sam Hatcher and the Lebanon Democrat in 1992.