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Estonian Bank Museum

Category Museums, Tourism objects
Estonia pst.11, Tallinn, Harjumaa, 15095
Coordinates 59.433483, 24.749836
GPS: 59° 26' 1" N, 24° 44' 59" E
Phone (+372) 668 0760
E-mail muuseum@eestipank.ee
Website http://www.eestipank.ee

The Estonian Bank Museum is happy to introduce its new exposition on the history of Estonian money and on the activities of the central bank. The museum is located on the first floor of an historical building that once housed the Estonian Nobility's Credit Union. Exciting machines and games as well as interesting video materials and virtual exhibitions are located in the Nobility and Peasant Halls, the corner tower and the old depository of the building, which is over one hundred years old.

The updated exposition of the Estonian Bank Museum helps visitors understand the role of money in the society. We explain the meaning of price stability to the central bank, introduce the financial policy measures at its disposal and give an overview of how the financial system works. You will find interesting information about the euro and the Eurosystem, the management of the central bank's external assets, as well as payment methods and the payment environment.

The museum has also a press conference room and amuseum shop-currency exchange desk. Thus, the museum of Eesti Pank welcomes not only the people interested in money and in the central bank but also all the people who want to buy collector coins and souvenirs or exchange Estonian kroons for euros.

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