Bank of Estonia Museum

Estonia puiestee 11, Kesklinna linnaosa, Tallinn


The Bank of Estonia Museum is situated in a historical building in the heart of Tallinn constructed in 1904 as the headquarters of Aadlipank.

The exhibition rooms shelter history – video clips, interactive games and virtual displays showcase the history of Estonian money, the activities and role of the Bank of Estonia in the eurozone and how money is made.

You can have a chat with the waxworks of the cultural figures who once featured on Estonian kroons, check the authenticity of bills and differentiate real bills from forged ones, predict the economic development, and manage the external assets of the central bank.

At the museum shop, you can exchange Estonian kroons into euros or buy souvenir coins and other souvenirs. You can also pre-book a tour.

Times and prices

Tuesday–friday: 12:00 - 17:00
Saturday 11:00 - 16:00
Monday, sunday closed

Features and amenities
  • Wheelchair access

Getting there
  • Signposted
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • By car
Stops nearby
Bus: Estonia
Tram: Viru
Trolleybus: Vabaduse väljak
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A surprising find with free entry

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...



Cool and free

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

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...

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