One work, one stamp: Lignes de vie
In connection with the issue of the “Ligne de vie" (lifeline) stamp, the Musée de La Poste welcomes the sculpture by Prune Nourry which constituted its matrix. The work will hang in the entrance hall of the museum until July 1, 2024.
Un pli du bord du monde - Carte blanche to Anaïs Tondeur
On October 19, 2022, Anaïs Tondeur spent the night alone in the collections of the Musée de La Poste. From this experience, she composes a photographic fiction exhibited at the heart of the permanent exhibition from June 3, 2023.
Marianne, the faces of the Republic
The Marianne which appears on our commonly used French stamps changes with each presidential mandate, and has done so since 1944. This exhibition within the exhibition invites you to discover and understand its evolution up to the present day... with undoubtedly a new Marianne in 2023!
Freely accessible, the shop welcomes you in a vast space, a natural extension of the Museum, in which many articles linked to postal history and current exhibitions are offered. Located on the first floor, you will find everything you need to prepare for your visit, leave with a souvenir or find an original gift to offer.