Curious stories, personal passions and behind-the-scenes exclusives await in our museum blog:
Who forged stamps on telegrams at the Telegraph Office in the London Stock Exchange in 1872? Deputy Curator Georgina investigates.
Sherlock Holmes has graced our television screen for decades and theatres for over a century. 1993 was the year it featured on British stamps.
This London Design Festival Deputy Curator Georgina looks at a design masterpiece by artist Harold Nelson.
It's 200th anniversary since the birth of Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria. Deputy Curator Georgina shares his legacy.
July marks the final of the Cricket World Cup. Take a look at this traditional British sport through stamps.
To mark Armed Forces Day on Saturday 29 June we look at uniforms of the armed forces.
Our colourful stamps will encourage you to get back on that bike this summer. Could you handle five wheels?
To mark the 200th birthday of Queen Victoria we look at the inventions and new traditions brought in by the Victorians.
Sunday 28 April marks the 39th London Marathon and to discover the route Deputy Curator Georgina takes you through these stamp landmarks.
It's been 50 years since the first flight of Concorde. Deputy Curator Georgina shows commemorative stamp designs.
Curator of Philately Stuart shares some wonderfully bizarre stamps from our collections.
To mark London Fashion Week we're taking a look at the Royal fashion designers commemorated on stamps.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot...Assistant Curator Georgina remembers a Scottish poet Robert Burns through stamps.
Christmas is coming! Assistant Curator Georgina shares her favourite festive stamp artworks.
Take a peek at the items behind our new stamp artwork display with Assistant Curator Georgina.
2018 marks the centenary of the end of WWI. From poppies to poetry, Assistant Curator Georgina picks her favourite commemorative stamp designs.
It's been 100 years since Stonehenge was left to the nation. Assistant Curator Georgina explores some wonderful designs of this world famous monument.
50 years ago stamp classes were introduced by the Postal Office. Volunteer Cyril has first-class details of this new system.
How have felines infiltrated our postage stamps? Assistant Curator Georgina tells us more...
Assistant Curator Georgina tells the story of the founding father of the British system of mail coaches.