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Bank of England Museum, London

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4.3/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web
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  • Get to see all the notes and how the royal mint all started up. It is very security conscious but well worth it. . 
  • This little museum is tucked away round the corner from the Bank. It is small but fascinating. The building itself is worth a visit. There is so much information in this small museum, including intera...  read more »
  • This small museum is set in the heart of London's banking district. Our group was given a short talk about the history of money and the making of it. After, we were able to wander through the various ...  read more »
  • A fascinating museum about economics, currencies and british economic history. There are lots of historical documents and old coins and bars of gold. Very interesting when you think this is one of the most powerful places in the world and has been for hundreds of years. I really enjoyed it. Also, the museum is open 10-5 weekdays. I submitted the change to google, but they haven't fixed the hours yet online.
  • Nice, fast, easy to understand and very intresting. Despite being very short I've appreciated the possibility to hold in my hands a real gold bar and the freebies that I won by playing a minigame inside about banks
  • Great time. I learnt a lot and it is free.....and a bar of gold is really heavy
  • A good way to waste a couple of hours with an interesting museum.
  • ​The Bank of England has a unique role promoting the good of the people of the United Kingdom by maintaining monetary and financial stability. However, this museum is about much more than money! Discover the history of the Bank, its buildings, and the people who have shaped it over more than 300 years.​​​​​​ ​Opening hours: Monday to Friday*​ 10.00am - 5.00pm (last entry 4.30pm) *Closed at weekends and Public Bank Holidays.
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