Saturday 22 August 2020

The Postal Museum are opening the 100-year-old Mail Rail tunnels for exclusive underground walks

 The Postal Museum releases a limited number of tickets to their exclusive Mail Rail underground walks, while the museum is temporarily closed until Autumn.


Visitors will get exclusive access to the original tunnels, tracks and station platforms of London's 100-year-old postal railway while The Postal Museum is closed to the general public, letting them explore parts of the railway that aren’t accessible on the Mail Rail ride.


Expert guides will tell the surprising stories about the staff who built, operated and maintained the underground railway over the course of 100 years – from its construction in the early 1900s, through the heyday in the middle of the century, to the eventual closure in 2003, giving visitors unique insight into one of London’s best-kept secrets.




12, 14, 26, 28 September 2020

3, 5 October 2020


Online booking required

£55 per person

For ages 12+ only


To book and to view safety and access information visit