Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History

Regis College,241 Wellesley St., Weston, MA 02493 - United States




The Spellman Museum is a center of learning for people of all ages. It preserves, enhances and expands its collections, library, and facilities and provides programs and activities as a philatelic trust for the lifelong education and inspiration of the general public; promotes the hobby of stamp collecting; and, is a resource to engage historians, the curious, and the researcher.

Rotating exhibits cover all aspects of postage stamps and postal history. Available for group tours for all ages, schools, scouts, libraries, social groups and senior organizations. There are scavenger hunts and games for the children plus arts and crafts. Free packets of stamps for the youngsters.
Gift shop with items for both collectors and non-collectors. Evaluations of stamp collections.


Special exhibit about the environment on stamps

Antique Postal Games

Civil War Letters and Envelopes

Zeppelin Mail

A History of Rural Free Development

Antique Postal Games
Spring flowers on stamps

We’ll have many stamp activities including scavenger hunts and stamp games available for children AND free stamps!

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