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For those who are looking to learn about the various civilisations that existed in modern day Lebanon since the 5th century BC, this museum is a gem that is not to be missed. It shows a great collection of ancient coins, Lebanese notes and notes...More
My family and I had an amazing time at Banque Du Liban Museum, very interesting for adults & children, the 10 minuets documentary at the beginning of the tour shows the history of currencies & the financial stages of Lebanon. The lady that showed us...More
It is ge right place to go that will boost your knowledge about the different currencies and the evolution of each paper untill now. There you will see the most beautiful money paper in the world and the amazing coins of Lebanon. In addition to...More
“MUSEUMS are the places we’re taught to pay attention”
The meusum of the Lebanese central Bank gave proof too such quote.
thanks be accompanied by Miss Sonia Harb whom whole discovery process.
It was such a fantastic experience to get to discover the world of...More
I visited the museum with my third graders (9 years old). They thought it is informative and interactive. My students and I wrote this review together (photo attached for their detailed opinion). Learners explored the history of money in Lebanon and were excited to see...More
Very modern Museum but still shows you a a Lot about the history
of the financial system of Lebanon connected to political Events. You can find currencies (coins and sheets) from ancient Alexander the Great to modern times (including Worldwide currencies). I was hosted by...More
The museum of the Central Bank of Lebanon (CBL) displays bank notes from all over the world including many countries which ceased to exist, in addition to the history of the Lebanese currency bank notes & coins for more than the last 100 years.
Very nice museum and building, not a very popular destination though. What is interesting is that there are not only Lebanese currency items displayed, but also ancient historical coins and bills that pre-date the creation of Lebanon!