The National Postal Museum was another one of those museums that was right under my nose and I never knew it. I practically walk past it every day and decided I needed to finally take a look inside. What I found was a massive museum with dozens of intriguing exhibits.
There's a lot to learn and might be hard to see everything in one visit (unless you stay all day). Obviously there is a lot of detail due to stamps being small but there are also some bigger exhibits that you could get lost in.
Overall it's a really well done museum with a lot to take in and in my opinion, it's worth checking out the architecture alone.
|Mailboxes from around the world.|
|Obviously tons of stamps.|
Distance from office: 0.1 miles
Door to door time: 5 minutes
Tour time: 50 minutes
Transportation used: Walked
- Metal detectors (allot a few extra minutes) so leave your knife at home.
But wait, there's more...
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