The Postal Museum brings together fascinating exhibitions and unveils the unique Mail Rail to the public for the very first time.
Groups can journey through five centuries of world-class curiosities that changed the world. From global innovations and crackpot schemes to pirates and highwaymen, they can discover how the world’s first social network kept us all in touch.
The experience includes boarding a miniature train and traveling back in time through the narrow underground tunnels of Mail Rail on a 15-minute interactive ride. Guests pass through original station platforms and that come to life during this spectacular glimpse into the heyday of this century old railway.
Combine this with either a delicious afternoon tea or 2 course Lunch at Hilton Doubletree or a selections of Belgian classics at Belgo!
Selection of finger Sandwiches: Smoked salmon & cream fraiche on brown bread, Honey roasted Ham & mustard on white bread, Egg mayonnaise & mustard cress on brown bread & Cucumber & cream cheese on white bread
Selection of mini tea time cakes, Shot of dessert or fruit jelly, Fruit scones, Clotted cream & strawberry jam & Fresh strawberries
Selection of loose leaf tea or freshly brewed coffee
For something a little more substantial, guests can enjoy a two course lunch and dinner with a classic British menu.
Soup of the day served with bread roll
Beer battered fish & chips
Apple crumble with custard
Alternatively, why not opt for a two course lunch or dinner at one of our favourite restaurants in London. Belgo’s menu is bursting with a great selection of Belgian classics!
Belgo pils battered fish & frites Seasoned with paprika and served with pea & mint puree and homemade tartare sauce
Half rotisserie chicken
Served with frites or salad, keep it simple or with sweet chilli sauce
With chocolate ice cream, white chocolate sauce and popping candy Or
Mini speculoos filled doughnuts with whipped cream & speculoos crumble
• Bookings of 8 people or more
• Museum Opening hours 10.00–17.00 every day except 24–26 December
• The museum is just minutes from Kings Cross, Farringdon, Russell Square and Chancery Lane
• Now accepting group bookings up to June 2019