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The museum tells the history of currency, not just money. Although it obviously has more focus on Lithuania than other countries, it really gives you an excellent overview of how global currencies have evolved. They’ve got currency from all over the world in well laid...More
I didn’t plan to go to the Money Museum, but I had some time to spare and I was very close, so I went.
It’s nice but that’s it.
No one explain anything to you, if you want more information on something that seems interesting...More
I have to admit this was on my list of things to do in Vilnius as a free “filler” activity.
We spent perhaps 40 mins here (mainly because our toddler was rather enthusiastically dashing around!) but were hugely impressed by the thought, time and money...More
I was there with my goddaughter of age 5 and other family members, and we all enjoyed museum a lot! It is quite small, but includes so much information and interactive attractions that it is suitable for adults, but kids stay focused too. It is...More
Some people say the best thing about it, that it is free. That is by far not the most important aspect. It is so good, they could charge for it and it would be still worth it.
A lot of thought went into how to...More
Never thought world currency would be so interesting but given that it is free entry we thought it would be worth the visit. The exhibits are of a great standard and do make the subject interesting. It's on one of the main streets in Vilnius,...More
Two packed floors of displays and information on coins and bills - both history and a library of all currencies in the world. In the basement you find the the largest coin pyramid in the world - official Guinness record...consisting of 1,000,935 coins built with...More
Ok this is a must visit
First impression was small and rubbish. However when you look deeper you realise just how well this space has been used
Everything is here that needs to be here
Find out your weight in gold and print it...More