Learn more about the postal history at Singapore Philatelic Museum
The museum offers collections of stamps and philatelic material of Singapore dating back to the 1830s as well as stamps of the Universal Postal Union. Visitors may reveal how stamps can help to explore different topics such as science, technology, history and culture.
The permanent collections represent the world of philately:
Orange Room daily from 10:00am to 7:00pm. Learn more about the world's first stamps!
Room of Rarities daily from 10:00am to 7:00pm. Trace Singapore's postal history through artifacts and archival materials!
Heritage Room daily from 10:00am to 7:00pm. Discover about early traditions and customs as well as the stories of different migrants!
Throughout the year, the museum provides special exhibitions on urgent topics. Educational programmes with a hands-on approach are organised for kids as well as students of a primary and secondary school.
Singapore Philatelic Museum pursues to promote appreciation of Singapore's history and traditions!
Birthday Parties @ Singapore Philatelic Museum
National Stamp Collecting & Draw My Stamp Story Art Competitions
28 August - 2 September, time: 10:00-21:00.
Singapore citizens and permanent residents: Free
Foreign Visitor (Adult): 6 SGD
Foreign Visitor (Child 3-12 years): 4 SGD
+65 6337 3888
23-B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807
How to get there?
Nearest MRT: A 5-minute walk from City Hall (Exit B), Clarke Quay (Exit E) and Bras Basah (Exit D/E) stations
Public Bus: Alight at Armenian Church or Old Hill Street Police Station at Hill Street