It is a very small museum. There is no fee. You enter the front door where an employee behind the desk will give you some pamphlets and tell you where to start. This is a self guided tour. You walk at your own pace. I learned at one point in time, people where using sea shells and stamps as currency when coins were not available. There is a vault within this museum, where they display countless coins and bills. Tip: You will learn how to spot a fake bill from a real bill. Of course, you can always google this information online. This museum is a short distance alway from the Parliament Buildings.
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