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A real post office is in an old building and, oddly, closes for lunch. Stuck waiting to buy stamps I wandered into this small free room at the back. Most interesting old letters, stamp cancelling devises, and postal uniforms of bygone days. It only takes...More
Tucked beside the post office at the Four Corners of Law (Broad & Meeting St) is a one room museum.....totally free.....with loads of exhibits explaining the early history of our postal system. Easily worth a half hour to take a trip back in time.
We were delighted to have the opportunity to visit the Postal Museum located within the Post Office Building, which was built around 1896. It is the oldest continually used post office in the Carolinas. This museum is really interesting. It tells the history of the...More
We stopped in the post office to buy stamps and the Postal Museum is right there! No cost. Just walk right in. It is only one room but crushes in a ton of history in that small space. There are plenty of displays and explanations...More
This is so cool. I have lived here a long time and never knew there was a postal museum in this old post office. I had also never been inside the post office. This is like walking back in time from the time you open...More
This museum was filled with lots of artifacts and reproductions that give you great insight into the importance of a functioning post office. It very well-documented the struggle during the Civil War when the change from the United States Post Office to the Confederate states...More