Because of Perot, Bermuda became only the second British colony after Mauritius to have its own postage stamps. Perot was a postmaster by trade and a gardener by choice. The little post office, is still very much the same as Perot kept it, neat and simply furnished. The building has been repaired and restored by Bermuda Government. There is still an active branch post office operating out of this building.

Hours:
Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm

General Information:
Postmaster General – 441 297 7893
Manager of Corporate Services-  441 297 7893
Manager of Operations – 441 294 4461
Operations – 441 294 4460
Manager of Deliveries and Services – 441 297 7835
Parcel Post and Enquiries – 441 297 7875
Philatelic Bureau and Enquiries – 441 297 7865
Quality Assurance Officer – 441 294 4472
Data Express and Enquiries – 441 297 7802
Delivery & Services – 441 297 7535
General Enquiries – 441 297 1893, 441 297 1866

Email addresses:
For queries related to Parcels and Packages [email protected]
For queries related to Stamps, Souvenirs and Collectibles – [email protected]

For all other queries and general information – [email protected]

  • Phone: 1 441 292 9052
  • Address: 9 Queen Street, City of Hamilton, Bermuda
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