October 25, 2019 to November 1, 2020
The exhibition that explores the spiritual, the ceremonial, the seemingly impractical uses we have for money. Take a look at some of the transformed money, the replica money and the real money we’ve used for millennia to bring good fortune to ourselves and others.
October 26 and 27
Bring the little monsters in for some Halloween-themed activities.
There’ll be stories for the little ones, crafts and lucky pennies for the not-so-little ones. Join us for a guided tour of our new exhibition, Luck and Lore.
Drop into our permanent exhibition and learn all about money—without spending any! Expand your understanding of spending and saving, discover your place in the economy and explore a world-class currency collection. Fun interactives, 1,946 artifacts and a 2-tonne coin.
The Bank of Canada Museum would like to hear from teachers across Canada to help design new online resources for economic literacy.
The first Canadian paper money was issued in 1817, and for the next 120 years, the vast majority of Canadian bank notes were only in English.
Bank of Canada Museum will be at the 66th annual convention of the Royal Canadian Numismatic Association (RCNA).
Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 to 17:00
Remembrance Day: open from 12:00 to 17:00
Learn more about the exciting, interactive Bank of Canada Museum.
Need some assistance getting your class to the Museum?
If you are a school in need and in the National Capital Region, let us help with our transportation bursary.