The Money Museum of the Bank of Lithuania was selected to be among the top five central bank museums in the world. The scientific journalMintWorldCompedium prepared a list of the world’s top five money museums, and this list, in addition to our Museum, included the money museums of the central bank of Canada, Germany’s Bundesbank, South Korea and the Federal Reserve System of the United States of America. The Money Museum of the Bank of Lithuania is a few times smaller than them. The money museums of the central banks of Belgium, Reserve Bank of India, England, Israel and Japan found themselves in the next top five list.
The Money Museum is rated among the best money museums in the world not visiting which would be a great sin. The top five money museums in the world were selected by assessing the diversity, quality and rarity of the exhibits and the information of the educational and awareness content in these museums. The numerous interactive information tools did not go unnoticed either — the choice of a required foreign language makes them easily adjustable to foreign tourists as well.One of the most important museum evaluation criteria was their adjustment to the disabled. Finally, the top five museums were described in the article as providing an exceptional experience for visitors.