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02.07.2024 – 25.07.2024

Lunchtime Tours: The Future of Money (selected dates)

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Join Curator Jennifer Adam for a free lunchtime tour of the new exhibition at the Bank of England Museum, The Future of Money.

From digital currencies to the importance of cash in our everyday lives, from sustainability to making sure we have choice and access to different ways to pay, The Future of Money responds to questions you have been asking.

Tours take place at 12pm and last approximately 20 minutes. They are free, and no booking is necessary.

Next Dates:

  • Tuesday 2 July at 12 noon
  • Monday 15 July at 12 noon
  • Thursday 25 July at 12noon

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