Uncover incredible criminal acts and stories revealed by the bones of Londoners in this unique workshop.
Can you solve the mystery of driverless mail trains? Join us in a sensory storytelling session to hear about spooky goings on at Mail Rail.
Design and build your own Inspector Gadget-style contraption from recycled materials.
Make your own sliding train greetings card, then hear the story of The Great Brain Robbery from author P.G. Bell and have your special copy signed.
Create your own escapee character and print a ‘WANTED’ poster in this hands-on printing workshop.
Join Andrew Cook, critically acclaimed historian and author to explore one of the most infamous crimes in British History; The Great Train Robbery.
Are you ready to be a Post Office detective? We need your help to solve the clues in our gallery and find the culprit in our postal mystery!
Make a sliding train postcard inspired by Agatha Christie stamp designs, and create your own railway mystery through carriage windows of your card.
Join an audio described tour of The Postal Museum and ride Mail Rail. This tour is suitable for blind and partially-sighted visitors, and is co-delivered by an audio describer and a curator.
Join author Gordon Lowe to explore the infamous Black Panther murders and the psychology behind his crimes in this evening talk.
Charlotte Thornber, Director and Founder of Taylor Investigations, explains what it is to be a private investigator and how technologies and techniques used currently compare to historic investigations.
Drop in to the Discovery Room during your visit to view special temporary displays of objects from The Postal Museum archive.
Pick up our new family trail, taking wannabe engineers around the Mail Rail exhibition. Designed by illustrator Salvatore Rubbino.
We're opening up the 100-year-old Mail Rail tunnels for an exclusive underground walking tour that will allow you to discover one of London’s best-kept secrets.
Post Early is a relaxed morning event for autistic and neurodiverse people, including families and adults, who would like to visit the museum when it is less crowded and noisy.
Join an accredited guide for walking tours through 350 years of London Postal History. Choose from upcoming tour dates in 2019.
Join us for BSL tours of The Postal Museum and Mail Rail exhibitions, and ride on Mail Rail.