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Bank of England Museum, London
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TripAdvisor
  • Worth to visit if you're in the area as it's free. Plenty of information about the money gold etc and very informative. 
  • It is a Museum of the British Central Bank, the Bank of England. Is very heavy in a quaint building Museum is simple. Frankly, too much to see. Currency Museum of the Bank of Japan is equipped with.
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  • This is a small Museum near Bank. Absolutely free and different from the usual London destinations. The interactive part attracts the attention of young and old and is a brainwave, the video of the birth of the Bank of London is very interesting and takes just 4 minutes! A really nice Museum!
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  • Nice and FREE museum that does a great job of explaining the importance of financial regulation and monetary systems. Does a good job at providing interactive as well as static displays and very compact. Worth a visit if you are already planning to visit nearby St. Paul's Cathedral.
  • Free entrance museum for money and monetary systems. Nice, compact, comprehensive and informative. Most enjoyable though for smaller ages interested to learn how bank system works and how money are issued - diddn't feel that extra that I was expecting. Fun part; have your first (I suppose soo) closeup to a real gold bar - put your hands on it and have your fisrt (and last I suppose again) feeling on how a gold bar is. Unlike to most London's museums, it is open only weekdays up to 17.00, so if you are working full time seems a bit difficult to be able to pay a visit.
  • Fun, great museum worth a detour, you will see some surprising things and it's free. Oh and it's one of the places which kids will enjoy it, too. My nephew did.☺
  • Whent with a 5 and 7 year old. Not for children maybe teens ??? Pretty dull.. For example the new £5 note they had the components but the display needs more!! More everything feel animation sound
  • Amazing place for kids and adults. Everyone will find something interesting from holding a bar of pure gold to opening a safe and learning where the world carat is coming from...