As the coronavirus continues to spread at a high rate in Tallinn, the Eesti Pank museum and museum shop will remain closed.
Estonian kroons and damaged banknotes can be exchanged for euros and other business with the museum shop can be handled by prior arrangement at 12.00-15.00 on Tuesdays and 14.00-17.00 on Fridays.
Please inform us in advance of your visit by calling +372 668 0729.
The Eesti Pank Museum showcases Estonian money and its history as well as the central bank, its activities and its past. As the histories of Eesti Pank and Estonia are closely connected, the museum also gives an idea of the development of the country.
The museum is located on the first floor of the oldest building in the famous red-brick Eesti Pank complex. The building has retained its original appearance – it is more than a hundred years old inside and out. We are located on Estonia puiestee close to the Estonia Theatre and Solaris Centre. You’ll find the entrance by the towers and blue flags of the museum.