The Singapore Philatelic Museum (SPM) is closed for redevelopment to refresh the museum’ infrastructure, content and offerings to enhance the visitor experience for Singaporeans. The museum is closed to the public from 18 March 2019 and is expected to reopen to the public in 2021
The Singapore Philatelic Museum features a huge range of postage stamps and other historical items which are on display for the general public to enjoy.
As one of the world’s most collectable items, you can come and view some popular and rare stamps on your next visit to Singapore.
Philatelic Museum Singapore Ticket Prices, Opening Hours, Location & Parking
The Room of Rarities is dedicated to Singapore’s rich history and has on display some of the largest and finest philatelic items including a set of the four set of stamps which were first introduced in Singapore in 1854. There are also a number of special rotating exhibitions which change throughout the year, so even if you have been to the Singapore Philatelic Museum before, you can always visit time and again.
The museum also has a postage facility where you can purchase personalised stamps and post your mail right here at the museum. The museum also runs a number of educational tours and seminars for groups and school children.
Paid parking is available Fort Canning Park, Armenian Street (next to Peranakan Museum), The Bible House and the Singapore Management University (SMU).