By using something as apparently insignificant as the humble stamp as a springboard into Singapore’s past, the Philatelic Museum is more successful at recounting the history of the country than other more wide-ranging museums. The displays – some permanent, others changing – are well presented, and interactive enough to keep younger visitors engaged. It’s also a working post office: where better to fire off a few postcards of your own?
The museum will be closed to the public from March 18, 2019, and is expected to re-open to the public in end 2020.
|Venue name:||Singapore Philatelic Museum|
23B Coleman St
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am-7pm|
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