Connect with the Museum

Stay connected with the museum through our web and social media sites.


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Museum's Main Website

Our main website provides access to information about the museum and all of the fascinating and wonderful things that it has to offer.



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Arago

Arago, the museum's award-winning collections website presents the collections in a context-rich setting with full color images and zoom-in capability.



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Blog

Our Blog is dedicated to sharing behind-the-scenes stories, thoughts, and interesting discussion about our museum and our renowned collection.



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Facebook

Our Facebook page shares the latest information from the museum and all things postal. Stay in the loop and join the conversation!



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Postmark e-Newsletter

Subscribe to the National Postal Museum’s FREE monthly e-newsletter – Postmark, highlighting the treasures of the museum. 



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YouTube

On the museum’s YouTube channel you can enjoy a portfolio of the Museum’s videos which include exhibit videos, historical footage, lectures and special features.



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Instagram

Follow us on Instagram to see beautiful and interesting objects from our collection and to learn about goings-on behind the scenes at the Postal Museum.



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Twitter

The Smithsonian National Postal Museum tweets about public programs and other cool stuff going on at the museum.



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Pinterest

Pinterest is the museum's online pinboard where we organize and share things we love.



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Flickr: Photo Group

Use the museum's Flickr group to share your photos taken at the Smithsonian National Postal Museum and your photos of the Museum's objects. Or just browse the dazzling photos uploaded by other group members.



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Flickr: People and the Post

View the museum's Flickr photo set, "People and the Post," to see hidden treasures in the world's public photography archives. Share your input and knowledge to help make the collection even richer.