Chickens are the most common birds on earth. With over 20 billion chickens – there are about three for every one person. How did this unassuming animal that can hardly fly, move from Asia to the four corners of the world?
Discover the many faces of William Shakespeare, one of the world's greatest writers in this fun and family-friendly exhibition!
Singapore stamps document the growth of the nation, archiving trials, tribulations, achievements and aspirations. Gallery Two of this exhibition will end on 17 October 2016.
See gems of Singapore philately including stamps and archival philatelic material from 1800s till today, and artefacts relating to Singapore's postal history.
Come and join us for exciting programmes for kids and families!
Singapore Philatelic Museum organises a spectrum of interesting education programmes for pre-school, primary and secondary school students on various topics.
Celebrate your special day with a fun party at our museum!
Indulge in philatelic delights throughout the year!
Have fun learning through the new programmes that will directly encourage students and young adults to understand and appreciate Singapore’s heritage through stamps.
The museum collections range from stamps and archival philatelic material of Singapore from the 1830s to present day...
See information on reproduction of Singapore stamp images and philatelic materials.
23-B Coleman Street
Tel: +65 6337 3888
Monday - Sunday
(10.00am - 7.00pm)