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Bath Town Guide, postal Museum, 4K This wonderful little museum is located in Broad Street, just to the north of the Victoria Art Gallery.
The location of the museum is appropriate for this building has played a central role in the development of modern postal systems all around the world - for it was from this building that the Penny Black, the first postage stamp in the world, was sent in 1840.

The collection traces the history of the British postal system since that monumental date, right up to the present day.

As you would expect a large part of the collection is comprised of old and rare stamps, however the exhibitions also include things such as old postcards and greetings cards.

The Bath Postal Museum is open daily from April to October but times vary according to day so do check in advance.

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