The Postal Museum and Mail Rail

The Postal Museum has today (28th Sept 2017) released nearly 10,000 extra tickets for the Mail Rail ride before the end of the year, responding to huge public demand to be among the first to explore London’s newest attraction.

Following its highly anticipated launch on 4 September tickets for the remainder of 2017 were almost entirely sold out, with just a handful of online tickets remaining for December.

Acting Director of The Postal Museum and Mail Rail, Simon Opie, said:

“Public response to the opening of The Postal Museum and Mail Rail has been fantastic.

“Mail Rail has clearly tapped into a public desire to explore a forgotten piece of hidden London, and connect with this secret network of century-old miniature tunnels that has lain undisturbed beneath the streets of our capital city since it closed in 2003.

“We are able to offer these new tickets based on additional capacity on the trains that we’d held back at launch to make sure we could deliver the high quality experience our visitors deserve. We’re delighted that we’ve now been able to release these extra tickets, and respond to the huge levels of consumer demand we’ve been experiencing.”

Tickets are available via www.postalmuseum.org

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