Here is a long-established mint in the Commonwealth that is still in operation. You can see some of the coin manufacturing process, and you can also buy some tourist souvenirs. It feels like an eye-opener.
I am very curious how this mint works, and finally saw a mint still in production in this place. Under the guidance of the tour guide, I can see the production environment and operation process. It is quite worth it.
[Last December, yes, check in] First visit to the Royal Mint~ 💰💰💰[色][色][色] I like to take a look at this place with a lot of money. They are all coins! ! ! !
The Royal Mint in Canberra, which is an Australian company specializing in coinage, is actually a coin museum. There are collections of ancient coinage equipment and some ancient coin exhibitions. You can also see the production process in their workshop. It is really interesting and worth coming.
The Royal Mint in Canberra is a mint that is still in use. Here you can watch the entire coinage process, as well as the history of Australian currency, which is very eye-opening and the most worthy place to visit in Canberra.
The Royal Mint is located in the city center, very close to Parliament Hill. The visit is free and with explanation. It is still in use today. In addition to domestic coins, it also undertakes customized products from other countries in the world. For example, the medals of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games were made by the Mint! Through the explanation and physical display, you can understand the production process of the coin. The animation short film display is very intuitive and clear. Among the exhibits is a large, dog-headed golden rough stone which is very rare! If you are interested, you can spend money to customize a coin of yours. It is so creative! The souvenir shop on the first floor has many commemorative coins for sale, and coin collectors can let it go.
The Royal Mint in Canberra has a history of more than 100 years, and all Australian coins and commemorative coins are made here. There is a coin museum here, which contains many ancient coins of various ages, as well as an introduction to the history of Australian coinage. At the same time, you can watch the mint workshop of a city from the height of the second floor, which is very eye-opening and worth visiting.