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The Money Museum is an interactive place for exploring the world of money. How is cash produced? What is book money? How does monetary policy work and what exactly does a central bank do? What role does money play in a globalised world? Striking...more
The museum is a bargain (free), with lots of interesting pieces and information, also for children. But there are some areas which feel a bit obligated (fotos of old presidents of the bank), or are very 1-dimensional explaining the official germam financiel view. But regardless...More
This museum is perfect. It is very well presented, interactive, fun, informative and not too much! You learn all about counterfeit notes, how to spot them under a microscope, coins, the different European coins, gold bullion (you can touch a slab!), explains financial terms in...More
The Money Museum "GeldMuseum" is located near the Deutsche Bundesbank building. You should take the U-Bahn U1, U2, U3, U8 and stop to "dornbusch" stop than walk approx. 10 minutes.
The Museum is free, and very didactic for people who have limited notion of Finance...More
As we knew much of Frankfurt was shut on a Sunday tried making our way to this free museum.
Signage from U-bahn poor but managed to ask directions.
Very interesting display with lots of reading (English & German) with some interactive displays.
Could have spent...More
I recently visited this museum. There was no entrance fee, which was a surprise to us, but we appreciated that.
The museum walks you through pretty much all the aspects of money - from its historical origins, the development of coins and bills, the development...More