Historical items show development of postal service and are well set out. One wall is devoted to the stamp collection and it is a large collection.
Give this a good look at 2 hours is enough and an interesting visit will be had. Stamps for different countries is an export and this museum has lots of famous stamps from different countries.
What better way to commemorate visiting a postage-stamp sized country than a visit to the postage stamp museum? It's small but what else does it need to be? Nice collection of artifacts and a rich history of postage has been churned out by this small nation. Postage is a functional form of independence as well as a moneymaker for the... More
I'd heard of the museum before visiting do was looking forward to it but in truth there's not much to see. All in a fairly small single room with a divider across it. Part of the room had an exhibition of pictures, some of which were only loosely related to letters. There was also a TV documentary in English about... More
This is free! And interesting. Well done. I am not a stamp collector but the stamps are all ordered by themes so you can look at things of interest to you. There is also some good collections of old postal equipment. The only thing we found for nothing in Liechstenstein
A free museum like this is so hard to come buy! An amazing history and collection of stamps! You can also get your passport stamped with the official Liechtenstein visa! This was on the top of my thins to see at Vaduz, which in itself is a rather quaint little place!
This was the only reason I chose to drive through Liechtenstein - to get the stamps in our passports. It's a nice spot to spend a little time looking around, and getting your passport stamped for 5 euros a pop.
Only really have local issues of stamps but interesting none the less. If you have spare time and money you can go there. I can't see anything interesting except a lot of monuments. Better visit Switzerland than here.
It is small and free so don't avoid and pop in to make your own judgement. Many stamps of course but also old letter boxes. Nicely set. We liked it. Above (one stair up more) this museum, was a modern art display with explanation of the artists' work.
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