The exhibits in our collection are divided into two funds: the main fund (Gek) and the ancillary fund (PF). The former is classified into five groups: writings (R), photography (F), notaphily (B), numismatics (N) and items (D). The museum collections are integral and indivisible.

We have amassed almost 53 thousand exhibits. Most of them are numismatics (nearly 30 thousand), notaphilic values (about 7 thousand) and writings (about 6 thousand).

The collections are stored in the Bank of Lithuania’s former cash vault with a 19th century safe door produced by the Berlin-based company S. J. Arheim.

The Money Museum is a member of the Lithuanian Integral Museum Information System (LIMIS), where some of the digitalised exhibits from our collection are stored.