Don’t miss out on any of the latest Postal Museum news:
Winter Greenery stamps available from Mail Rail Post & Go machine from 2 December.
We're excited to announce that The Postal Museum will be the main venue for the BBC Children in Need Appeal Night on Friday 15 November.
The Postal Museum is set to open its new additional Post & Go machine in the Mail Rail exhibition.
The Postal Museum to share its employment records with leading academics to support an innovative research project.
The Mail Coach stamps of all values will feature a special overprint “Crime & the Post” and will be available from its Post & Go machine from 11 October 2019.
Post & Go stamps mark the centenary of several Airmail “firsts” in 1919 – the RAF flights to Cologne, the first flight across the Atlantic, the first flight to Paris and the pioneer flight to Australia.
The Postal Museum ranks in the Lonely Planet's top 500 unmissable experiences and hidden gems across the country.
The Postal Museum, which looks after almost 400 years of social communications history, has been awarded Archive Service Accreditation.
The Postal Museum has launched a new exclusive dining experience on the industrial Mail Rail train platform - perfect for those who seek a new VIP dining experience.
Let your Valentine’s cards and love letters be part of history. Donate them to The Postal Museum.
Royal Mail Post & Go overprints marking the 50th anniversary of The Queen opening the National Postal Museum, forerunner of The Postal Museum, will be available from our Post & Go machine from 13 February 2019.
The Royal Mail Post & Go stamps featuring the poppy will no longer be available at The Postal Museum's Post & Go machine from Thursday 29 November, and will be replaced by the Mail Coach design.
The Royal Mail Post & Go stamps featuring Winter Greenery designs will be available from The Postal Museum's Post & Go machine from 8 November 2018.
Help us create a record of the people who worked on The Post Office Railway so they and their stories will never be forgotten.
Today we’re celebrating a hugely successful first year. To mark the occasion we created an infographic highlighting some of the numbers we’re proud of.
Stamps featuring Mail by Bike and 50th Anniversary ‘F’ Type Letter Box will be available from The Postal Museum's Post & Go machine from 12 September 2018.
The Postal Museum marked Art Fund Museum of the Year shortlist with short film projected onto famous London landmark.
We celebrate the prestigious Museum of the Year accolade with a giant mural on the wall by Clerkenwell artist.
The Postal Museum has announced today that the Machin Commemorative design currently available from its Post & Go machine is to be replaced.
In celebration of the Museum of the Year, we're searching for a Cat-bassador to represent all five museum finalists and cats in their local area.
In our first year of opening, The Postal Museum has been shortlisted for two Museums + Heritage Awards. Read more about the Awards night.
The ‘Red Wheel’ heritage plaque has been unveiled by HRH Prince Michael of Kent at a ceremony in Mail Rail on 14 May 2018.
The Postal Museum has been announced as a finalist in the competition to win the biggest museum prize in the world; the Art Fund Museum of the Year Award.
Opening on 29 March, our new temporary exhibition Voices from the Deep reveals letters recovered from a wartime shipwreck.
The Postal Museum has announced today that the new Game of Thrones Post & Go stamps will be available from its machine from 23 January.
We're excited to announce that tickets for The Postal Museum and Mail Rail went on sale on Thursday 13 July 2017, with an exclusive 24-hour preview sale for our newsletter subscribers.
We're excited to announce that tickets for the museum and Mail Rail ride will be on sale on Thursday 13 July 2017.
Today we're excited to finally unveil our new family play space, Sorted! as well as a jam-packed programme of family activities for the school summer holidays.
This morning, we were honoured to welcome Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal to ceremonially open The Postal Museum.
We're pleased to confirm that The Postal Museum and Mail Rail will officially open to the public on Friday 28 July.
This morning, we’ve made the exciting announcement that we’ll be opening in July 2017.
Susan Raikes, Head of the Department of Learning and National Partnerships at the British Museum has joined the Board of Trustees.
Over the road from the Mail Rail depot, the new museum has been undergoing all sorts of changes to make it fit for purpose. Last month we made some great progress.
It's an exciting time: next week, we'll be putting a colourful selection of posters up for sale at Onslow Auctions. Have a browse!
Mail Rail has come one step closer to opening: we lowered our new trains into the tunnels and took them for a test drive...
How do you build a train for a historic underground railway? See for yourself! We've had two new carriages built for our ride experience...
Time for another update on our exciting project, and things have come along in leaps and bounds. Take a quick journey behind the scenes...
There's always something curious going on down in Mail Rail. This time, while part of an old loco leaves, a mockup 'mule' takes to the rails...
Take a look at the latest progress - above and below ground - as work on The Postal Museum presses ahead...
Today we introduced The Postal Museum and Mail Rail to the world, allowing a lucky few - including guest of honour Dan Snow - down into our tunnels for a taste of their exciting future.