The Postal Museum


The Postal Museum

The national museum dedicated to the postal service.

Location: 15-20 Phoenix Place, WC1X 0DA

Description: The Postal Museum is run by the Postal Heritage Trust and this is the central London location (others being Loughton and Shropshire).

The National Postal Museum was opened by the Queen on 19th February 1969 near St Paul's Cathedral in London. A collection of postal equipment, uniforms, vehicles and much more was developed over the years; far more than could be displayed in the small museum and they decided to move to bigger premises.

Formerly called the British Postal Museum & Archive, it opened in 2004 until being renamed The Postal Museum on 28th July 2017.


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The Postal Museum

The national museum dedicated to the postal service.

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