Current & Future Exhibitions
The Museum of the Post Office in the Community
Museum of the Post Office in the Community
Blists Hill Victorian Town, Shropshire
Located above the re-created Victorian Post Office at Blists Hill Victorian Town, this exhibition explores the vital role the Post Office has played in the lives of generations of Britons – from opening up long-distance communications to the masses, to providing essential services in the most remote communities in the country.
Highlights include a bright red BSA Bantam – the most well known make of motorcycle used by the Post Office – a Hen and Chicks pentacycle, and range of letter boxes, home safes, Post Office Savings Bank books and an early example of a telegram.
Cost & Booking
Entry to the exhibition is included in the Blists Hill admission fee.
For more details about visiting Blists Hill, please see the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust website.
Get a preview of The Museum of the Post Office in the Community in our online exhibition.
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Blists Hill Victorian Town
Tel: +44 (0)1952 433 424
When at the Blists Hill Victorian Town, the Museum of the Post Office in the Community is situated on Canal Street, on the first floor of the Post Office building.
Exit J4 of M54. Follow signs for Ironbridge Gorge. Then follow signs for Blists Hill Museums.
Full travel directions can the Ironbridge Gorge Museums Trust website.
Seven days a week, all year.
10am - 4pm.
Please see the Blists Hill website for details on tickets. Entry to The Museum of the Post Office in the Community is included in the main entrance fee.
Find out more about The Museum of the Post Office in the Community in our Visiting section.