Museum of the National Bank of Belgium
Rue du Bois Sauvage 10
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The Museum of the National Bank offers a unique presentation on money: its history, role in the economy, different forms, forgeries, future, etc.
Money is a privileged witness to our time: its conflicts and economical crises, its periods of peace and prosperity. The National Bank retraces the history of money, from here and elsewhere, from yesterday to today. The money we hold in our hands, the money we don't see, stone and salt, metal or paper, bank money or electronic money.
Discover everything about money through an interactive and dynamic presentation and go on a fascinating trip through the fascinating world of money in the historic rooms of the National Bank.
Closed 1 January, 1 May, 1 & 11 November, and from 25 December to 1 January inclusive.
Guided tours for groups of over 15 people are available on request. These guided tours can be carried out in English, French, Dutch or German.
The museum is accessible for wheelchair users.
Free entry for all visitors in July and August and at weekends all year round as well as the first Wednesday of the month from 1pm.
Free entry for children aged 12 and under.
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