The Singapore Philatelic Museum is Asia's only philatelic museum. Singapore Philatelic Museum was unveiled on 19th August, 1995 to promote knowledge and awareness about Singapore's heritage and history in philately. The Singapore Philatelic Museum exhibits Singapore's collection of philatelic materials, stamps, rare and unique collections from world-renowned philatelists and valuable postal history artifacts from the time of Straits Settlements.The Singapore Philatelic Museum is located in Singapore's Coleman Street.
Information on the Singapore Philatelic Museum
Address: 23B Coleman Street,
Singapore-179807 Opening Hours:
1p.m.-7p.m.on Mondays and
Admission Charges: $S5 for adults and $S 4 for children between 3 to 12 years.
Telephone No.-(65) 6337 3888 Fax No.-(65) 6337 8958 How to Reach There
Take the Mass Transit System to the City Hall Station and go towards Coleman Street.
The Singapore Philatelic Museum deals with the history of Singapore's stamps. The museum, previously a part of the Anglo-Chinese School was constructed
The museum houses both permanent and theme galleries which hosts displays and exhibitions all around the year. The theme galleries conduct temporary displays like the overseas travel exhibitions, showcasing the rare collections of world-famous philatelists and commemorating the issue of new stamps. You can learn all about the stamp-making procedures right from the design and artwork up to the completion of the product vividly exhibited through illustrated displays, games and practical activities. Visitors can arrange their tours over the phone.
The Singapore Philatelic Museum has a stamp-shop in its premises which is hugely popular with avid stamp collectors.
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