Once a month / 11:00 - 13:00
Tours begin at Euston Station or Chancery Lane Station.
£8.00 per person, £7.00 for concessions (60+); £6.00 for The Postal Museum Members. Free for accompanied children under 12 years old.

London Postmen – leaving King Edward Building on delivery. (POST 109/374)

Join an accredited Camden Guide for walking tours through 350 years of London Postal History. Both walks look at the major changes in the Post Office history – from transport innovations like the Mail Coach, the Railway, and the Mail Rail service; to key reformers such as John Palmer, Sir Rowland Hill, and Anthony Trollope.

No need to book – just turn up at the meeting point at 11.00 on the relevant date and the meet the guide, who will be wearing a guide badge. Walks last under 2 hours and will end at The Postal Museum.

Both walks are around 1 mile in length and step-free. Walks run in all weathers, except when the Met Office has issued a red warning for extreme conditions in the region.


From Mail to Rail

Euston to The Postal Museum

Meeting point: Next to the Robert Stephenson statue in front of Euston Station

Upcoming dates

  • Saturday 10 November

From Tudors to Telegraphy

Chancery Lane to The Postal Museum

Meeting point: By Exit 2 of Chancery Lane Underground Station, on the North side of High Holborn

Upcoming dates

  • Saturday 13 October
  • Saturday 8 December

With the Camden Tour Guides Association