Worth a stop if you have the Stockholm pass. Centrally located in Gamla Stan and kids enjoyed displays and dressing up
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We loved this quirky museum! It was very quiet - I don't think it is well advertised or considered one of the places to go when in Stockholm. It is set over three floors and each has something to see and do. There were chances...More
We spent a great few hours at this museum today. My kids are 6 and loved the little post office section! They could have played there all day! They have a lovely arts and crafts section with a person helping the kids make postcards, badges...More
I like to warn everyone for this place. It looks very nice and it is a beautiful building. The restaurant room is airy and very nice. The food however lacks quality and passion. It is expensive and without ambition. It is sloppily served. The service...More
Very cool museum that highlighted the nuances of a postal service that runs across a very unique country. Definitely worth stopping in!
Wasn't sure we would spend much time here.....underrated, well worth the time to tour. The collections are incredible. The history of the postal service well covered. he gift shop has many unique gifts for the philatelic in your life.
I must confess, not an easy place to locate. I am glad we did not give up, as it explained how the Swedish post service has evolved over the years.
I went here with my wife and three year old son in Aug 2016. We went at 11.00 when the place opened and went directly to the Lilla posten downstairs. It was great! Kid got to drive and pack an old postal car, stamp packaging...More
I love this little museum, situated in the old Town of Stockholm. It has a really beautiful shop with many things to by for stationery fanatics. It is all about writing and stamps. There is a child area for children to do some crafts and...More