TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE MUSEUM.
Click on this link to get a preview of what the Museum has to offer once we reopen:
Although the Museum is closed because of the pandemic, a Zoom program entitled "Pushing the Envelope, A History of the Post Office Through Stamps"
is available for libraries, senior centers and other adult organizations. For more details and/or to schedule a show, email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like a copy of the recent Sunday Boston Globe article about the Spellman and the Post Office email email@example.com
Appointments can also be made for a collection evaluation or to make a donation of stamps. Email to
TAKE A LOOK AT ALL OUR VIDEOS ABOUT STAMPS AND HISTORY PLUS ARCHIE'S, OUR STAMP COLLECTING ALLIGATOR, SPECIAL SHOWS ABOUT OUR NATIONAL PARKS AND EUROPEAN CAPITALS. Just click for this YOUTUBE
THE MUSEUM IS LOCATED ON THE CAMPUS OF REGIS COLLEGE,
241 WELLESLEY ST.
WESTON, MA. 02493
COLLECTION EVALUATIONS AVAILABLE
Do you have a collection gathering dust in your closet? Do you wonder if it has some value? The Museum offers an evaluation service for a fee of $40. To set up an appointment email firstname.lastname@example.org or click on "Other Services" above
You don't have to be a stamp collector to enjoy a visit to the Spellman
THE MUSEUM OFFERS MERIT AND FUN BADGES PROGRAMS FOR SCOUTS, DAISIES, BROWNIES, GIRL SCOUTS AND CUB SCOUTS. These programs are also open to non-scouts, both boys and girls ages 10 to 16.
PARENT COMMENT FROM A RECENT PROGRAM: "Our boys had a blast and were thrilled to earn this badge. Thank you."
We are proud to announce that last year we had 168 scouts participate in our merit badge program.
For more information and/or to register call 617-784-5838 or email to email@example.com
BECOME A MEMBER OF THE MUSEUM
CLICK ON "SUPPORT" AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE.
The Spellman Museum is Great for ALL Ages!
Executive Director Joseph Mullin (right), Marcia Wilson from "Eyes On Owls" of Ipswich and Museum Curator George Norton pose with a snowy owl at the Museum's "Stamps Come Alive" program recently. Hedwig the snowy owl delivered the mail in the Harry Potter stories.
Ben Franklin, aka Dr. Tim O'Connor, listens to Vera Meyer play the glass harmonica, an instrument he invented in 1761, at the Museum's Annual Members Dinner.
The 2018 Spellman Friend of Education Award was given to Weston resident David Sabot, a senior at the Cambridge School of Weston, because of all his work with the monthly production of the educational video Going Postal (link above). To read more about David click: weston.wickedlocal.com/news/20180224/spellman-museum-announces-friend-of-education-award-recipient
Sending postcards, making Valentine cards and doing arts and crafts with stamps were all part of the fun at our annual Valentines Family Day on Feb. 10