Tickets on sale for The Postal Museum and Mail Rail
We’re excited to announce that tickets for the museum and Mail Rail ride will be on sale from 10.00 on Thursday 13 July 2017, with an exclusive 24-hour preview sale on Wednesday 12 July 2017 for our newsletter subscribers.
Mail Rail ride and exhibition tickets are available to buy on 13 July (12 July for subscribers) with the first rides departing on Monday 4 September.
We will open The Postal Museum site without Mail Rail to the public from Friday 28 July 2017 at 10.00 with an opening family extravaganza. More details will follow soon!
Tickets for Sorted!, The Postal Museum’s play area for 0-8s can also be purchased on 13 July, with the first sessions starting on Monday 4 September.
Ticket Options – Friday 28 July to Sunday 3 September 2017
Ticket Options – Monday 4 September 2017 Onwards
Family Opening Extravaganza
To mark our opening, we will be holding a family extravaganza on The Postal Museum site. Ideal for families with children aged 0-11, as well as family friendly interactive exhibitions, a whole host of activities will take place every day of the summer holidays from face-painting and storytelling to arts and crafts and costumed actors. On the weekends of 28-30 July and 5-6 August there will be even more going on with multiple events taking place across The Postal Museum’s site. Up to 4 children are included in a full-price adult or concession ticket and must be accompanied at all times. More information will be released shortly.
Ride Mail Rail
If the family extravaganza isn’t for you and you want to ride Mail Rail you can buy your tickets from Thursday 13 July for rides departing from Monday 4 September onwards. Tickets are available for all rides until the end of November. Tickets for later in the year will be released at a later date.
Want to let your little ones exercise their imaginations and use up some excess energy? If so, The Postal Museum’s dedicated family play area, Sorted! is for you! Designed especially for children aged 0-8, Sorted! allows kids to enter a miniature world of mail where they can play with trolleys, slides, pulleys and chutes, pretend to drive a wooden vintage post van, or play postman in a mini neighbourhood of streets and houses.
For younger infants, there’s a separate play area along with baby-changing facilities, designated toilets, nearby buggy parking, lockers and a refreshment area for parents. Tickets are available on Thursday 13 July for September to November sessions.
The Postal Museum has been made possible through the generous support of a number of organisations and individuals, including National Lottery players through the Heritage Lottery Fund, Royal Mail and Post Office Limited.