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Annette
Annette
October 08, 2018
You can put your hand in a cage and lift a gold bar.
Stephen
Stephen
July 07, 2018
The Bank of England Museum is located within the Bank of England in the City of London. Its entrance is in Bartholomew Lane, off Threadneedle Street, close to Bank junction and Bank tube station.[1] The museum is open to the general public, free of charge, on weekdays only.
Jj
Jj
July 11, 2016
because and old English lullaby goes like this: 'When I grow rich, sing the bells of Shoreditch...'
Sergio
Sergio
June 26, 2016
Free and very interesting to visit.
Brent
Brent
May 04, 2016
You can hold £320,000 in your hand!

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Location
City of London, EC2R
Phone020 7601 4444
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Wednesday 10:00 AM