• 10.00am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London
  • 10.00am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London

Signed, Sealed, Delivered Family Day

A member of the Women's Royal Army Corps carrying out postal work at Christmas time, c1950
Discover the different methods soldiers have used to stay in touch with loved ones during this special festive online event for families, delivered in collaboration with The Postal Museum.

In this session you will:

  • Explore gifts sent and received by soldiers overseas and create your own festive decoration with the National Army Museum.
  • Take inspiration from postcards sent by soldiers during the First World War and create your own mini but mighty message to a loved one with The Postal Museum.

Terms and conditions of ticket sales

Event format

This is a family event for children (aged 7+) and adults to attend together over Zoom. Please only book one ticket per family. 
After booking, a member of the Museum’s Learning Team will be in touch to confirm the names and ages of the children attending. This is for safeguarding purposes. On the day of the session, you will be sent a Zoom link allowing you to join 30 minutes before the start. 
If you have any questions or queries, please contact a member of the Learning Team at learning@nam.ac.uk

About The Postal Museum

The Postal Museum tells the story of postal communication and its impact on a global society. At the museum and online, five centuries of extraordinary communications history are brought to life, as seen through the eyes of the iconic postal service. A visit to the museum, located in London, includes family-friendly and interactive exhibitions and an immersive ride on Mail Rail, London’s secret Post Office underground railway. 

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