Vaduz (Liechtenstein), Belgrade (Serbia) and Bath (England)
The Postal Museum Vaduz (Liechtenstein)-Free Entrance
The Postal Museum (German: Postmuseum) is a postal museum in Vaduz, Liechtenstein. It is a branch museum of Liechtenstein National Museum.
The Postage Stamp Museum (Briefmarkenmuseum) is very popular with most visitors to Liechtenstein, since these small works of art travel the whole world and are in everybody’s mailbox daily. Rare stamps from Liechtenstein, historical documents, devices, historical postal service equipment and special exhibits are presented in the museum.
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Tel. +423 239 68 20
The Postal Museum is a branch of the Liechtenstein National Museum.
The Postal Museum of the Principality of Liechtenstein exists since 1930. It was founded with the intention of creating a special collection which would comprise stamp issues from 1912 and with their original designs, engraving plates and print proofs, etc., exchange stamps of Universal Postal Union countries as well as numerous documents and historical postal equipment. Furthermore, the founder of the idea, Consul H.W. Sieger, donated a valuable philatelic collection to the Postal Museum.
In 1936 the Postal Museum opened as an exhibition. Since then it has changed its location a number of times. In summer 2002 it moved to new premises on the first floor of the Engländer building, at Städtle 37 in Vaduz.
The Postal Museum collects and preserves important documents regarding Liechtenstein’s philately and the history of its postal services, and makes them accessible to a wider audience in the exhibition.
The assets of the Postal Museum include:
• the Liechtenstein philatelic collection, complemented by templates and exhibits from stamp production
• a collection of stamps from Universal Postal Union countries
• documents regarding the history of postal service and communications
• artworks by stamp designers
• the postal history library
Address: Stadtle 37, Vaduz 9490, Liechtenstein
Hours Today: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
The Postal Museum Belgrade (Serbia)
Museum deals with the collection, study, protection and exhibition of objects and documents related to the operation and development of early postal communications. Museum is located in the centre of Belgrade.
Tel. +381 64 6082353
Address: 13 Majke Jevrosime, Belgrade, Serbia
The Post Office Museum Bath (England)
Travel a timeline to follow the history of the British Postal System through exhibits and displays on the history of the Mail Coach, air transport and airmail, military mail, sea mail and railways.
Summer opening times
Closed for the bank holiday Monday 27th May
Monday 11 am until 5 pm
Tuesday 11 am until 5 pm
Wednesday 2 pm until 5 pm
Thursday 2pm until 5 pm
Friday. 2pm until 5 pm
Saturday 2pm until 5 pm
Last entrance 4.30
http://www.visitbath.co.uk Bath Postal Museum
27 Northgate Street, Bath, BA1 1AJ
Telephone: 01225 460333
Concessions: £4 (B&NES, over 60)
Child over 6: £2.50
Under 6: free
Family Ticket: £10.00 (Two adults, two children)
Half price with Bath Discovery Card
Access & Disability
Wheelchair and limited mobility
The museum is almost entirely accessible to wheelchair users and those with impaired mobility. We have a stair lift and most of the museum is on one level.
Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing
We also have T-loop fitted to our sound-led interactives and the History of Writing video has subtitles. We also provide print copies of sound-led interactives.
Blind and Visually Impaired
We can provide large print copies of all our literature and the museum is mainly on one level.
Our information is presented in a variety of ways and staff will be pleased to offer any support required.
If a disable person is supported by a carer, personal assistant or support worker; they are admitted free.