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Following its recent 25th anniversary celebrations, Unique Venues of London has announced its newest member, The Postal Museum in Clerkenwell.

The museum allows guests to explore what was once the beating heart of Britain’s communications network, as well as ride an underground miniature train through 100-year old Mail Rail tunnels

The museum is an industrial blank canvas space with vaulted ceiling and exposed brickwork. It has a capacity of 275 for hosting dinners and drinks receptions, as well as award ceremonies and product launches.

Events held within the museum provide the opportunity to explore the inspiring exhibition galleries or to enjoy a curator-led museum tour.

Lisa Hatswell, managing director of Unique Venues of London comments: “We are very pleased to welcome The Postal Museum as a member of the Unique Venues of London consortium.

“The museum’s rich history and unique offering makes it a perfect addition to our venue portfolio with exciting experiential elements and interesting exhibits enjoyed by both museum visitors by day and event guests after hours.”

Claire Bastin, senior venues manager at The Postal Museum, said: “We are thrilled to join Unique Venues of London. Their venue portfolio consists of some the finest heritage and unique venues in the UK.

“We are very much looking forward to forging new industry contacts and enjoying the abundance of opportunities and benefits that the membership provides.”

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