The Little Post Office
Since 1996, the Post Office, much loved by children, has been
situated in the basement of the museum. Discover what it was like
to work for the Post Office in the 1920s.
The children can play and perform the work of postmen, parcel drivers,
cashiers and sorting office staff. There is also a a large table
for them to write letters and draw their own picture postcards and
Open to all during weekends and school holidays 12 am - 3 pm, but
at other times, it is reserved for pre-booked groups.
Questions? Tel. +46-10-436 4438
About communication and the written word
Listen to children interviewing researchers about communication
and to children telling you about their pen pals. Read letters from
famous people or write your own letters or postcards. In our quiet
area you can communicate without words.
>> Do mirror writing and make up secret codes
>> Practise handwriting and use the typewriter
>> Fold envelopes and make your own picture postcards
Questions? Tel. +46-10-436 4434
About the history of the Post and the Post today.
Sweden has changed a lot since the 17th century.
At the same time as society was changing, so
was the Swedish Post. In Your Post you will find
out how. The exhibition shows past and present
side by side. How was it then? How is it now?
>> Play ”Fast Parcels”
>> Sit in an electric car
>>Try on uniforms and have
your photograph taken
The exhibition opens on 10th March.
Anonymous confessions sent in on postcards.
Inspired by Frank Warrens art project Post Secret.
Open until autumn 2014