The Money Museum (Pinigų muziejus) is located on the premises of the Bank of Lithuania which is the central bank of the Republicof Lithuania. The museum introduces the history of Lithuanian and world money and banking in a very modern and interactive way.
In the museum you will visit the history of money hall which presents the development of money from shells to coins, to paper money and electronic money. Then you will enter the hall of banking history. Next you will see the contemporary money hall which displays coins and banknotes used in different countries today. One hall is dedicated to Lithuanian money where you will see the oldest coins used in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and banknotes used in Lithuania from the 18th century to nowadays. The museum is free. Also you can order a guided tour by telephone.
If you wonder how much you would cost if you were made from gold or silver, come to the money museum and step on a special scale to find it out.