Attractions & museums

    Bank of Estonia Museum

    It's all about the money – and the finance – at the Estonian central bank museum.

    You'll find it in the corner tower of a historic building that once housed the Estonian Nobility's Credit Union.

    Here games, interactive machines and video exhibitions tell the complex story of money, aiming to pique the interest of all visitors, even those who don't know much about finance. Guests will learn the role of money in society, have the arcane mysteries of central bank policy explained and get an overview of how the financial system operates. You will leave with a better grasp of how the euro works as well as how the central bank manages its external assets, payment methods and payment environment.

    The museum has a shop and a currency exchange point – the only place where Estonian kroon can still be converted into euros.

    Free entrance.

    TripAdvisor® Traveler Reviews

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    based on 31 reviews

    • A surprising find with free entry

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      August 25, 2017 By traveljaka

      This was truly a surprise. The museum has it's own entrance, you don't actually walk through the main Bank of Estonia's door. Nice architecture. Thought it was just gonna be a small exhibition, but... Read more comments

    • Cool and free

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      April 14, 2017 By JonDoe04134

      First of all the entrance is free. It shows the history of money in Estonia and explains economy as a whole, many interactive screens. Most of the exhibition is in English and Russian too.

    • Multiple ways to learn about money

      tripadvisor rating 3 of 5
      December 2, 2016 By saara140

      When we first came in we were a bit confused about the entrance but when we found ourselves in, the overall experience started to get better and better. The exhibition was really good especially... Read more comments