Discover on this pages information about: the PostMusée, POSTI, our mascot for children, and our cultural partners – Atelier, Cube 521, Philharmonie, and Rockhal.
Discover the PostMusée
The past and recent history of the Post and Telecommunications is brought to you by means of fun and educational films. You will be provided with a free audio guide in Luxembourgian, German, French and English.
Are you a group of between 5 and 25 people and do you wish to take a free guided tour? Then contact us to set up a meeting. You can visit the museum from Monday to Friday, 9am - 6pm (last tour starts at 6:30pm).
Additional information and group reservations on
Visitez le PostMusée - Atelier gratuit «A la découverte des timbres»
- découper les timbres des enveloppes
- ‘laver’ les timbres pour enlever la colle
- collages avec des timbres
- création d’une carte postale ou d’un timbre
Durée de l’atelier :
120 - 180 minutes
Langues : luxembourgeois, allemand, français.
Atelier gratuit pour classes scolaires et maisons relais.
Inscrivez-vous par e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) pour une des prochaines visites.
Le PostMusée est idéalement situé en face de la gare de Luxembourg-Ville, au sous-sol du shop Luxembourg-Gare.
The museum displays public pay phones and rare, or even very rare, telecommunication devices. A Morse code system, manual and electromechanical telephone exchanges and the reconstruction of a building site are also part of the collection.
Come to the PostMusée and admire the collection of all Luxembourg postage stamps issued since 1852 and old printing plates.
Children will be delighted by a stagecoach dating from 1880 and an original counter will bring back old memories. An old mail station and various uniforms and objects from postal life will take you back to the good old days.
The early stages of the postal cheques are represented by old objects and accounting machines.The 'PostMusée' illustrated
The Museum shop offers you a selection of souvenirs relating to the long history of the Post and Telecommunications. Have a look at the Postmusée shop today or buy directly from our e-shop.e-shop
POSTI, the mascot for POST children
POSTI is the mascot for POST children in the shape of a stamp; it is mainly aimed at children aged 6 to 12. POSTI was created for the 2010 edition of the book "Mam Posti um Tour". Its creator, the postman René Clement, provided the drawings of the mascot for the book.
Where can you meet the POSTI mascot?
Since 2012, children and families can also meet the POSTI mascot in real life. POSTI has taken part in several events organised by POST. The mascot welcomes children and offers them workshops, exhibits, studios and visits.The Posti website: www.posti.lu
POST also supports other cultural companies, organisations and events.
Our cultural partners
The Philharmonic Society
Our partnership with the Philharmonic Society underlines POST's cultural commitment and its desire to make this hot spot of contemporary and classical music more visible to visitors.
The partnership between POST and Rockhal in Esch-s-Alzette guarantees a presence among the younger population and lovers of pop, rock and other types of concerts.
Our partnership with Cube 521 in Marnach underlines POST's cultural commitment in the North of the country. Cube 521 brings music, theatre, exhibits and dance together under one roof.
The partnership between POST and den Atelier, an organiser of rock, alternative and independent music concerts located in Hollerich, allows POST to get closer to a young public.
Monday to Friday, 1pm - 5pm
The corner of Place de la Gare and rue d'Epernay, in the basement of the "Accinauto" building, entrance through the Luxembourg-Gare Téléboutique (phone shop).