Date: 7 Oct 2018
Organiser: Royal Philatelic Society London (RPSL)
Location: London 
Refreshments: Tea and coffee will be provided. 
Price: Free (donations welcome) 

Come and have a look round this grade II listed Georgian building in the centre of Marylebone, home of the Royal Philatelic Society London (RPSL). This is your last chance to visit them before they move to the City of London.

The RPSL is the oldest philatelic society in the world, with a growing membership that covers the whole globe. But philately is not just about stamp collecting, as you’ll find out on your visit! 

The guided tour will cover the history of the RPSL and the building. Don’t worry if you know nothing about stamps – everyone is welcome!

They will also explore highlights from the collections during a behind-the-scenes look at the museum, providing an opportunity to look at items up close. Included in the tour is a rare chance to see where they authenticate stamps from around the world.

Please note, the building currently does not have lift access and the tour will include walking up some stairs.

Booking: Book your place today by calling Juliet on 0207 486 1044, Option 3 or by emailing [email protected].

Accessibility Considerations: RPSL is currently located in a Grade II listed building which is not fully physically accessible. There is a step into the building followed by several stairs which they will be using on the day and there is no lift in the building. The toilets are located in the basement, and they don’t have a wheelchair accessible toilet.