Money museum

The money Museum was established under the National Bank of Georgia in 2001 (both being located near Freedom Square, on Leonidze Street). The museum exposition leads visitors around the history of Georgia and describes money circulation in the world, thus contributing to the development of the bonnist and numismatic movements in Georgia.


The money museum is the only museum where one can look at a centuries-long history of money circulation in Georgia from ancient times to the present day. The museum also has a rich collection of national currency samples from different countries.
The exsposition is open to visitors from 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays (break hour – 13:00-14:00). Numismatic collectors have the chance to buy products issued by the National Bank of Georgia, copies of Georgian historic coins, publications on the topic of money history, and a virtual version of the museum exhibition on CD.