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The Money Museum of the Bank of Lithuania, located on Vilnius’ main thoroughfare Gedimino Avenue, offers five halls of exhibits over an area of 300 m2, detailing the history of money, and much more besides.

If you love money (and who doesn’t) here’s a great place to explore your passion. The Money Museum of the Bank of Lithuania, located on Vilnius’ main thoroughfare Gedimino Avenue, offers five halls of exhibits over an area of 300 m2, detailing the history of money, and much more besides. Starting from the most primitive forms of exchange, like grain, fur, and especially for the local region - amber, and moving up to digital currency, the museum covers it all. And with the exhibits utilizing the latest technologies, interactivity is guaranteed. Not only that, with audio guides available in a number of languages, you can soak up the information on offer in the way that’s best for you.

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