Curious stories, personal passions and behind-the-scenes exclusives await in our museum blog:
Join Senior Archivist Gavin as he investigates the first attempts to deliver mail by helicopter. Did the service take off?
Curator of Philately Stuart offers a rare glimpse at stamps that never quite made it for the public release.
Archivist Helen is back with her second part of the blog that looks at nurses employed by the Post Office.
In celebration of Nurses' Day Archivist Helen looks at historical records of nurses in the Post Office.
Love cartoons? Assistant Curator Georgina shares her favourite fun cartoon designs that appeared on stamps. Take a look.
Meet our Conservator Barbara and find out what it takes to care for delicate objects from our collection.
Tea glorious Tea! Assistant Curator Georgina talks nation's favourite drink appearing on stamps and even under the sea.
Whales, crabs, octopus or even submarines. Assistant Curator Georgina shows you her favourite underwater stamp designs.
Go behind-the-scenes with Exhibitions Officer Emma and find out what it takes to put a new exhibition together.
Archivist Louise explores a story of a suffragette Florence Feek, who fought tirelessly for women's rights.
Exhibition Officer Emma shares interesting facts you probably didn't know about the wartime ship SS Gairsoppa.
Archivist Helen gives some useful tips on how to research your family history and introduces our new Discovery Room.
Collect, or not to collect? Here's all you wanted to know about stamp products, explained by our Assistant Curator Georgina.
109 years ago, two suffragettes posted themselves to 10 Downing Street to deliver a message personally to Prime Minister.
The mystery of Tolhurst illustrated envelopes continues as Curator Joanna uncovers the human story behind the mail art.
Fancy making your own Valentine's Day card? We have some beautiful images of the cards from our collection for you to get creative.
Today we're celebrating 100 years since Parliament passed a law which allowed some women to vote for the first time in history.
Having completed the first object rotation Assistant Curator Jessica explains what it is and why it is vital for objects on display.
We love a mystery at The Postal Museum, and the identity of the artist behind these envelopes has intrigued us for years.
It's a Museum Selfie Day and we've recreated some of our favourite archive images and paintings to showcase postal fashion.