Stamps issued from 1912 onwards in the Postal Museum of Liechtenstein as well as associated drafts, proofs and engraving plates will be exhibited. You can also visit historical equipment and documents on the postal history of Liechtenstein.
In addition to a representative cross-section of the entire Liechtenstein philately, the Postal Museum is home to constantly changing special exhibitions.
In the Städtle itself, the pedestrian zone of Vaduz in which the museum is located, exhibits of the museum are exhibited, quasi on the street. Since May 2011 there are 25 oversized stamps immortalized here.
The Postal Museum was opened in 1936, but was founded in 1930.
Since 2002 it has been in the so-called English building in Vaduz. The English building was the first building in Liechtenstein to be erected using the so-called steel skeleton construction method, a construction in which the supporting structure is erected using steel girders.
Since 2006, the Postal Museum has been a branch of the Liechtenstein National Museum Liechtenstein National Museum.
How to get there
The Postal Museum is located in the so-called Städtle, the pedestrian zone of Vaduz.
With public transport:
You can take the train to Sargans or Buchs in Switzerland, or to Feldkirch in Austria and from there take the bus "Vaduz Post" to Vaduz.
Coming from Switzerland, take the A13 motorway to the Vaduz exit and follow the signs to the city centre.
Coming from Austria take the motorway A14 to Feldkirch and from there follow the signs to Vaduz.
You can park directly in the centre of Vaduz and close to the museum.