Curious stories, personal passions and behind-the-scenes exclusives await in our museum blog:
Hand-written on postcards to the future, see what some of our visitors think about Brexit.
In celebration of London Dog Week Deputy Curator Jessica shares her favourite museum canines.
Our 18th-century horse-drawn Mail Coach gets its wheels removed and restored. But how do you build new ones?
Prankster or visionary? Curator Joanna looks at Rocket Mail inventor Gerhard Zucker and his early experiments in the 1930s.
Discover the secrets of this rare 1922 copy of the confiscated book with Senior Archivist Gavin.
Curator Joanna explores the changes for women employed by the Post Office during The First World War.
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.
Dr Sean Kingsley tells another remarkable story of a letter reunited with its recipient almost 80 years later.
To mark London Fashion Week we're taking a look at the Royal fashion designers commemorated on stamps.
Our ultimate guide to unique Valentine's Day gifts from our award-winning shop.
Archivist Helen explores the use of Greetings Telegrams by the Post Office and looks at their intricate designs.
Our collection of love letters spans over 100 years. Curator Joanna looks at three couples who used the post to express their feelings.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot...Assistant Curator Georgina remembers a Scottish poet Robert Burns through stamps.
Dr Sean Kingsley tells the story of a letter reunited with the recipient's family almost 80 years later.
Curator Jessica is back with the postal canines of the past and their unusual jobs.
Our year in pictures. Check out the top 10 Instagram pictures of 2018 from the world of The Postal Museum.
Christmas is coming! Assistant Curator Georgina shares her favourite festive stamp artworks.
Visit our award-winning shop this Christmas and pick up a selection of wonderful gifts for both children and adults.
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the first entry in Blanche Horton's diary. Her account is an insightful firsthand vision of France just after WW1.