Singapore Philatelic Museum

Both stamp and non-stamp collectors will delight in the extensive collection of local and international stamps, and first day covers housed in this quaint building dated back to 1907. Stamps provide a visual re-telling of traditions and cultures, and this is most evident at the Singapore Philatelic Museum where multi-ethnic Singapore is captured through the history of stamps and postcards.

Discover the intricate process leading to stamp issue – from artwork through printing plates and progressive sheets to the final product – through vividly illustrated exhibits, interactive games and hands-on activities. Visitors may request for pre-arranged tours by phone.

Open
1.00 pm to 7.00 pm (Mon), 9.00 am – 7.00 pm (Tue – Sun)

Admission
SGD 5 adults, SGD 4 children 3 – 12 years
* Prices are subject to changes.

Approximate Touring Time
1 hour

Location
23B Coleman Street Singapore 179807

Tel
(65) 6337 3888

Fax
(65) 6337 8958

Getting There
Take the MRT to City Hall Station (NS25/EW13) and walk towards Coleman Street.

Source:http://www.visitsingapore.com/

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