established on May 25 in Tallinn as part of the Postal Department
first exhibition was opened on September 6 at Kreutzwaldi Street 12, Tallinn
The Postal Museum was renamed as Communications Museum. The A.S.Popov Communications Central Museum in Leningrad started to apply for getting posession of the museum´s assets
The Communications Museum was subject to Tallinn Post Commissioner, the museum´s assets were transferred to the rooms of the History Museum at Kohtu Street 6 in October
From June 14 until October 22, the museums assets were stored in Järlepa manor
The assets of the Sifemuuseum were given to the History Museum on June 11
Communications Museum was liquidated on January 17
On April 27, it was decided to give the assets to the A.S.Popov Communications Central Museum in Leningrad
On October 1, Estonian Post restored the Postal Museum as part of the agency. The museum was located in Tartu
A permanent exhibition was opened on October 1 at the old post office at Rüütli Street 15 in Tartu.
As of January 1, the Postal Museum belonges to the composition of the Estonian National Museum and continues to function at Rüütli Street15.