National Postal Museum

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Audio-visual and interactive presentations in this family-friendly museum detail the invention and history of stamps, the postal service, the role of letters as a means of communication (including letters to and from soldiers during wartime), and stamp collecting. The frequent special exhibitions aren’t likely to bowl over serious philatelists. They should head to the museum’s huge library and research center.

Venue name: National Postal Museum
Address: 2 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, DC

Cross street: at 1st Street
Opening hours: 10am–5.30pm daily
Transport: Union Station Metro
Price: Admission free
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