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Museum of the National Bank of Belgium
© Musée de la Banque nationale de Belgique - Patrick Van den Branden
boulevard de Berlaimont 3
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The Museum of the National Bank is a discovery into the history of money since the currency change to the Euro.
The Museum of the National Bank has temporarily relocated from rue Bois Savage to Boulevard de Berlaimont in Brussels.
The Museum of the National Bank invites you to discover the history of currency in Belgium and all over the world. Travel through history, from the ancient practice to the currency change to the Euro used today.
The collection consists of objects that illustrate the financial, economic and monetary world: banknotes, currency, drawings, paintings, banking furniture, measuring tools, weighing scales, archives, photos and many more...
Practical information for your visit
Entry into the museum is free.
Free visits for primary and secondary schools or for groups of a minimum of 15 people, by reservation only.
The temporary museum of the Belgium National Bank is open from Monday to Friday 9am-5pm.
It is closed on weekends, 18 April, 21 April, 1 May, 29 May, 30 May, 9 June, 21 July, 15 August, 11 November and 24 and 31 December.
Time is money. Come and discover the evolution of currency at the Museum of the National Bank of Belgium in Brussels.
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