Exhibition: Letters as a Lifeline for the Victims of the Chilean Coup of 1973
June 21 – December 31
The Postal Museum will host a small display exploring the role of the post as a lifeline for the victims of the Chilean coup of 1973. Created in collaboration with former political prisoner Gloria Miqueles, the display will feature letters, postcards and packages sent by detainees, exiles, their families, and supporters of the Chile Solidarity Campaign – established in Britain shortly after the coup took place.
Opening times: Wednesday to Sunday 10:00 – 17:00
Tickets: Booking in advance is advised in order to guarantee entry- https://www.postalmuseum.org/visit-us/tickets/
Additional information: Please note that the Chilean display is only one of the exhibit units at the Postal Museum exhibition. To understand what to expect when you visit the museum visit: https://www.postalmuseum.org/visit-us/what-to-expect