Snoopy, Charlie Brown & the Peanuts Gang Exhibition At The Singapore Philatelic Museum

Snoopy Museum Front

Singapore Philatelic Museum welcomes Snoopy and gang with a very exciting exhibition – “With Love From Snoopy, Charlie Brown & The Peanuts Gang” - that has opened its doors to the public.

Who else grows up loving Snoopy too? This exhibition will warm your heart like how it warmed ours. Here is what you can expect from this ultra-adorable exhibition that will run all the way till 30 April 2016.

To celebrate their 65th anniversary, this Snoopy and gang-themed exhibition showcases a range of themed memorabilia, collectables, vintage keepsakes, rare artworks, old comic strips and so much more from all around the world, and it is one that hit us with nostalgia immediately.

Snoopy Exhibition



From the making of the new Snoopy animated movie to the conceptualisation of the first ever Peanuts comic strips, take a closer look and study the variety of different Peanuts comic strips from over the years.



View rare stamp artworks of the Peanuts gang and first day covers issued by countries such as Singapore, USA, Japan, Portugal and more.

A little fun fact: Peanuts Christmas cards first made their appearance in stores in 1961.



The exhibition celebrates the 65th anniversary of the first Peanuts comic strip by Charles Shulz, with the first appearance on 02 October 1950. Discover many more historical moments right here at the exhibit.


Admission is free for Singapore citizens and permanent residents. Otherwise the prices are S$6 and S$4 for Adult and Child (3 – 12 years old) respectively.


Singapore Philatelic Museum
23-B Coleman Street
Singapore 179807
Opening hours up to 31 December 2015:
Mon: 1pm – 7pm
Tue to Sun: 9.30am – 7pm
Opening hours from 01 Jan 2016 onwards: Daily: 10am – 7pm
Nearest Station: City Hall

Read: Guide to 11 Fascinating Museums in Singapore

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