Tickets & Prices

Save time and money by booking your tickets before you visit.

The Postal Museum

Ticket includes one ride on Mail Rail, valid on your first visit, and unlimited access to our exhibitions for one year. Read about Mail Rail accessibility and rules before booking. By purchasing tickets you are agreeing to our Ticket Terms & Conditions. Tickets are not eligible for refunds or cancellation.

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Adult (25+) £16 £17
Young Person (16-24) £11 £12
Child (3-15) £9 £10
Child + Sorted! How to book £11 £13
Disabled Adult + companion £14 £15
Disabled Young Person + companion £9 £10
Disabled Child + companion £7 £8
Audio Guide (Downloadable in EN, FR, ES, IT, DE. Own device required.) £2.99
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Sorted! The Postal Play Space

Enjoy a 45-minute session in our play area for children 0-8. Read our rules for Sorted! before booking your tickets. Please see How to book a Child + Sorted! ticket if purchasing a combined museum and Sorted! session.

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Child (0-8) £4 £5
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The Postal Museum & Mail Rail

  • Adult (25+)
  • Young person (16-24)
  • Child (3-15) – Under 3s don’t need a ticket
  • Disabled visitors – Includes a free companion ticket
  • Royal Mail staff – One free entry is available to current employees. Visits must be booked online and valid ID shown on the day to gain entry

The above tickets include:

  • One ride on Mail Rail (valid on your first visit)
  • Unlimited access to our exhibitions for one year from the date of first visit
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Sorted! The Postal Play Space

  • Child (0-8) – Ticket valid during your 45 minute chosen time slot
  • Accompanying adults do not require a ticket
  1. Add ‘The Postal Museum’ Child ticket to your order
  2. Select ‘Next’ then ‘Add to Shopping cart’
  3. Select ‘Add Additional Tickets’ and choose ‘Sorted!’
  4. Add a Sorted! ticket for each child, for the same day of your visit. Tickets will be combined and discounted in the basket.

Tickets are currently available until 31 December 2019.

We can’t guarantee the availability of walk-up tickets. To save money and avoid disappointment we recommend booking tickets online before you visit.

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Read our Ticket Terms & Conditions for more information.

If you’re visiting with 8 or more people you can save even more. Visit our groups page to find out more about discounted rates and planning your group visit.

Gift Aid allows us to claim an extra 25p for every £1 you pay at no cost to you. You have the option to add Gift Aid when booking your tickets.

To qualify for Gift Aid you must:

  • be a UK tax payer
  • have paid the same amount or more in Income Tax or Capital Gains Tax in that tax year
  • agree to Gift Aid being claimed

Visitors with a National Art Pass have free entry to exhibitions at The Postal Museum (excludes Mail Rail Ride). Tickets for the Mail Rail Ride are available on arrival, subject to availability. You will need to bring a valid National Art Pass with you to gain entry.

No pre-booking is required.

You can buy Gift Vouchers for General Admission tickets online and print them at home. They are redeemable for up to 1 year after purchase. Find out more >

What’s coming up?

    • Evening Events
    • 13 September 2019
    • 19:30

    The Listening Post – #ConcertLab

    Live orchestra and a theatrical performance by Southbank Sinfonia in Mail Rail.

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    • event
    • Selected dates in Summer 2019
    • 12:00

    Courtyard BBQs

    Join us this summer for a series of sumptuous BBQs in our leafy courtyard come rain or shine.

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    • event
    • 15 September 2019
    • 13:30

    Tour our Store: Pillar boxes and Postal Vehicles

    Join our curators for a behind the scenes tour of our Museum Object Store and explore pillar-boxes, postal vehicles and even more.

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    • Event
    • 24 & 31 August 2019
    • 11:00

    Arts and Crafts: Seaside Stamp Shrinkies

    Make your own mini stamp souvenir on shrink plastic, inspired by seaside postcard cartoons.

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