Tallinn

Bank of Estonia Museum

  Estonia pst. 13      +372 668 07 60     04 Aug 2021

The 20th century was a turbulent one for Estonia's currencies. This modern museum displays every kind of banknote used here from Tsarist roubles to German occupation tender, and outlines the history of Estonia's national bank itself, founded in 1919. There's also an in-depth exhibit that helps the visitor understand the role of money in society and information all about the Euro and just how the Eurozone works. For anyone who's already forgotten what they look like, those now-extinct Euroland currencies (the Estonian Kroon included) are also showcased.

Website

Email

muuseum@eestipank.ee

Open

Open 12:00 - 17:00, Sat 11:00 - 16:00. Closed Mon, Sun.

Price/Additional Info

Admission free.


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