National Philatelic Museum, New Delhi is located in Dak Bhawan, Sardar Patel Chowk on Parliament Street or Sansad Marg. You can visit this museum from 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM on every day excepting Saturday and Sunday.
National Philatelic Museum, New Delhi is a paradise for 'philatelist's paradise'. The exclusive collection of rare stamps of pre and post independence period is what attracts tourists most. The museum boasts of housing the first stamp issued in India by the Sindh Dak in the year 1854.
You can gather a lot of information about the postal history of India. Get an insight into India's Philatelic Heritage from this National Philatelic Museum, New Delhi. Besides Indian stamps issued by the Government of India and the princely states, the New Delhi museum boasts of a rich collection of first day covers, foreign stamps and special cancellations on display. You can buy stamps from the sale counter outside National Philatelic Museum.