June 1 at the Museum
Join a guided tour of the Museum and learn about our museum, the building and our exhibition about Viola Desmond and the new 10$ bank note. Hourly tours beginning at 10:00. Come see us in the tent in front of the Museum or at our kiosk in the Bank’s atrium. Last tour is at 16:00.
Extended until September 2, 2019
An exhibition that explores the imagery on our new vertical $10 bill, featuring human rights inspiration Viola Desmond. This exhibition puts a spotlight on the life and work of this remarkable, trail-blazing, Canadian woman—the first to appear on a regular bank note.
Economic bubbles continued to pop up regularly throughout history, and still do today.
In heritage conservation, broken metal objects can be reassembled with an adhesive most commonly used for repairing glass and ceramics.
Used extensively in the 19th century, this type of hand-operated press printed secure financial documents using the intaglio method.
How on earth did an “S” with a line or two through it come to represent a dollar? Any ideas? No? That’s OK, you’re in good company.
Open Daily, 10:00 to 17:00
Learn more about the exciting, interactive Bank of Canada Museum.
Trading Planets and Inflation Busters, two new school programs available at the Museum.