Interesting museum, especially if you are interested in history, economics or design of money. And it is free!
Housed in a fine building this was an excellent account of trade and its associated means of payment from the earliest days to the present. Beginning with the first bartering of goods with payment comprising valuable items it progresses to coinage use. Developments under Swedish...More
To some it is not perhaps the most interesting of subjects but the museum did provide a wealth of information. Plenty to see and read and a dastardly difficult quiz at the end. It is located on the same block as the cathedral on the...More
This museum is hidden below the Cathedral but is well-worth seeking out. It is small but full of interesting information about the history of the bank and the economy of Finland. There is a fun little machine where you can check your banknotes for counterfeiting...More
It's a very interesting place just in the centre of the city. Yere you'll follow the stages of bank system of Finland, see note and coins designs, enjoy the photos (and examples!) of equipment and tools used to produce money. And also you'll be able...More
There are exhibitions about money in Finland as well as history of Euro in Finland. Several informative videos about how euros are made and designed. Also old Finnish and other European currencies on display. Very interesting and informative. Kids may get bored though. The visit...More