The Money Museum of Lithuania

The Money Museum of Lithuania

The Money Museum of the Bank of Lithuania was selected to be among the top five best money museums in the world. The scientific journal MintWorld Compendium prepared a list of the world’s top five best money museum, and this list included the money museums of the central banks of Canada, Germany’s Bundesbank, South Korea and the United States of America Federal Reserve System.

The Bank of Lithuania’s Money Museum is located in the centre of Vilnius — on the corner of Gediminas avenue and Totorių street. Two floors with five galleries introduce visitors to the global history of money and banking, Lithuanian currency, the development of banking in our country from the first credit institutions to modern times. In addition, visitors can be actively involved in the learning process —activities include striking a souvenir plaque or weighing yourself on a special scale which will tell you your worth if you were made of gold, platinum or silver.

The museum and provided tours are free to all visitors, and opening hours are Tuesday–Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday — 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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