Postmuseum - Museum in Stockholm, Sweden



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Address

Lilla Nygatan 6, 111 28 Stockholm, Sweden

Website

http://postmuseum.se

Contact

+46 10 436 44 39

Rating on Google Maps

4.30 (409 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Sunday: 11AM to 4PM
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 11AM to 4PM
  • Wednesday: 11AM to 4PM
  • Thursday: 11AM to 4PM
  • Friday: 11AM to 4PM
  • Saturday: 11AM to 4PM

Reviews

  • 5Sudipta P. 8 months ago
    I loved the place. Don't miss to visit their souvenir shop. The person there is amazing. I just loved my visit there.

  • 5Pedro V. 10 months ago
    Beautiful building with many interactive features for children. Kept a 3 and a 1-year old fairly entertained for 3 hours.

  • 5Aswathy K. 1 year ago
    Quite interesting for people who are into philately with the right amount of postal history added. Fun sections are present for kids too and temporary exhibitions come up on interesting related topics. It is also a great place for younger people to learn about the incredible network behind the older "snailmail" and newer online orders. For stamp collectors, there is an extensive stamp library on all Swedish stamps and a cute museum shop to get collector's tools/stockbooks as well as stamps/subscriptions. Overall, a place that preserves valuable information about an era that revolutionised communication.

  • 5Alexandra G. 7 months ago
    A interesting and nice place to visit. But be sure to bring the kids ūüėā

  • 5T. 6 months ago
    Great museum, definitely worth visiting

  • 5Catalina Z. 2 years ago
    I love visiting the Postmuseum shop whenever I am in Stockholm. There is always a nice stamp selection, & staff was helpful in selecting stationary and paper goods by local artists. The postage stamp archive on the upper level of the museum is wonderful, I have visited there a couple times.

  • 4Rick J. 4 years ago
    One of the lesser known museums in Stockholm is the Postal museum located in the old town. It is a nice story about the Swedish postal history, uniforms and stamps. It is inexpensive and you can easily spend two hours walking around the museum and there is a nice restaurant as well and a pretty good section for kids. A very nice speciality museum.

  • 4Levon Alyanakian (Levon's T. 7 months ago
    Friendly staff. we came to buy stamps from the gift store. They have 2016-2021 booklets that are 35$ each. A little too much surcharge



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Last updated: 2022-04-24