The Postal Museum - Best Price Tickets

The Postal Museum - Best Price Tickets

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Explore London Easter events at the Postal Museum for some of the best Easter activities for families

Head to the Postal Museum in London this Easter half-term for exciting Easter events that the whole family can enjoy! 

Take a look at what's on in London Postal Museum this April: 

  • Mini Designers (3-5 April): Design your own postie board game in a fun workshop as you create your own postal round using a range of recycled resources and craft materials. 
  • Mini Creators (10-12 April): Learn how to sew a patch in this creative Easter half-term workshop. Unleash your creativity as you share in the care of clothing repair! 

All workshops are included with your museum entry tickets, so get your tickets today and look forward to one of the best things to do in London this Easter at the Postal Museum. 

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Before the time of checking our inboxes, text messages or the modern wonder of social media, people actually had to wait for a mailman to deliver their news.

Get back to the communication basics with a visit to The Postal Museum. Uncover the deep story of the postal system and how it works. You'll even get a chance to see letters recovered from a shipwreck!

More than just mail

At The Postal Museum there is something for everyone! Make the day special and entertaining for the young ones with a visit to the Postal Play Space.

This indoor play area for ages eight and under will let them have fun exploring the themed area and learn in their own unique way the wonders of communication.

For the thrill-seekers looking for a little more action, head down to the Mail Rail, a 100-year-old subterranean network of tunnels.

This ride will take you and the young ones back in time as you navigate the original tunnels and station platforms of London's 100-year-old postal railway.

From five-wheeled cycles to rockets and an escaped lioness, the story of the postal service is long and full of incredible tales.

See a restored mail coach that once thundered across the country, get up close to the world's only sheet of Penny Black stamps, the world's first postage stamps.

Send anonymous messages to a friend or stranger through pneumatic tubes, and see a horde of unread love letters recovered from maritime misfortune. The list goes on!

Forget everything you know about post, more than you could imagine awaits you so get ready for a surprise or two!


Must-know: The Postal Museum starts closing at 16:45.

Calthorpe Street,
Greater London
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