Visitors can make and print unique postcards with their own photos on them. You may keep the postcard as a souvenir or you may buy a stamp to post it home.
Visitors should take note of the random code on the upper right corner of their Personal Picture Postcards. They can use the code to download or e-mail their "Personal Picture Postcard" from the website of Communications Museum within 15 days after they have printed out their postcards at the Museum.
Visitors can use the replica Sorting Rack to sort Correspondence into the right pigeonholes, according to its destination.
Visitors see several Letter Boxes and Pillar Boxes from different countries or territories, such as Australia, Germany, Portugal, Canada, Russia, China and Hong Kong.
Here visitors can act as a postman, collecting correspondence from the Pillar-Box.
After collecting Correspondence from the Pillar-Box, visitors can check the postage of each Correspondence and cancel the Stamps with the Postal Datemark, before doing the sorting.
In this interactive game, visitors can see a number of Correspondence items and Parcels passing on a conveyer belt. They are encouraged to examine the passing objects and decide on a touch-screen whether they are well qualified for delivery.
In this interactive game, a number of correspondence items and parcels will be mailed virtually. Visitors play the roles of postal staff to select on a touch-screen the best mailing method for the customer, considering postage and urgency.
This is a screen based interactive exhibit, visitors can communicate with a chimpanzee via a touch-screen with different sequences of symbols.