The entrance to the museum is really humble and there isn't anything but "Money museum" (my best guess, it's written in lithuanian) over the door to advertise the place. When we walked in and asked for two tickets the guy behind the desk looked puzzled and said "No tickets" and elaborated with "it's free". This was a pleasant surprise but the museum was even bigger one! It's quite a small museum (two floors with only a few rooms), but the space is very nicely used, staff is more than helpful and it was actually really interesting to find more about the history of currency. It wasn't just text and exhibits either, but there was a machine where you could get your value if you were made of gold, silver or platinum, there was quiz computer on which you got to print out your own bill, with your own picture if you did well enough (and if you didn't the staff did it for you:) and other really fun and interesting interactive things you can get your hands on. If you ever go to Vilnius, this museum is absolutely worth the visit!
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