This is a lovely little museum about the history of money and money in Scotland. It's free to enter and is worth a visit. There are fun games and activities for kids and plenty of artifacts to look at so it’s especially good for families but anyone will enjoy the museum. The staff are very friendly and welcoming.
The Museum of Financial History focuses on the development and role of the Bank of Scotland. The Museum offers interesting exhibits showing all kinds of money used around the world, as well as the process of coining and printing money. It is located on North Bank Street at no charge and is not very easy to find.
Scotland has its own currency. It doesn't grow like the pound exchanged by domestic banks. When I first received the money, Mengbi was told by the Chinese students in the store that the currency could only be used in Scotland. So if you get it, spend it all in Wales, England.
The Money Museum, formerly the Headquarters Building of the Bank of Scotland, has a collection of gold coins, gold and silver treasure boxes, safe boxes, banknotes and other treasures related to money. Here we can also learn about the historical changes of the Bank of Scotland.
If you have enough time, it's really good to see more of it. I wanted to go to another museum, but I didn't get in until I saw the wrong place.
Come here to have a good understanding of the history of currency development.
It shows all the currencies of different periods, so we can open our eyes.
The museum is not big, but the whole tour is designed to be very interesting.