A visit to the "Money World" requires pre-registration. We propose to do it online.
Type of visit
Individual visit (1-9 people)
Group (10-50 people)
Anyone (individual or group)
Take a look at the Money World
The Knowledge Centre of the Bank of Latvia "Money World" is a modern financial education and information centre.
The display has been created in accordance with the principle: "Come, see, touch, find and comprehend!" It is an interactive display, and the information stands are complemented by multimedia presentations, short videos, computer games and various surprise elements.
Visits to the "Money World" are organised in groups or individually on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
|Tours start at 9.30, 12.30 and 15.00.|
|Group visits (starting from 10 people; e.g. a school class) or individual visits (less than 10 people) can be requested. In case of an individual visit, the group will be made up of the respective number of individual visitors.|
|The maximum duration of a visit to the "Money World" is two hours.|
|The costs of the visits are covered by Latvijas Banka; the tour is free of charge for visitors.|
|The "Money World" can be accessed through the main entrance of Latvijas Banka at K. Valdemāra iela 2A, Riga, (from Pils laukums); visitors' badges should be obtained in the lobby. In order to receive a badge you are required to present a personal identification document (with a photo).|
|Only small bags (e.g. handbags) are allowed on visits to the "Money Word" which shall remain with visitors throughout their visit to Latvijas Banka. You are kindly asked to leave any large size bags or other items in the cloakroom. Security officers of Latvijas Banka have the right to check visitors' personal belongings with their prior consent.|
Angelīna MusteExhibit manager at "Money World".
Worked as personal financial manager at Luminor bank AS. Earned an MBA degree, has international work experience. Interested in history and culture.
Jānis MotivānsHead of the "Money World", author of the permanent exhibition.
Professional journalist, has worked at the newspapers "Diena", "Lauku Avīze" etc. Additional education in Business Management (WIFI, Austria). A Member of the International Committee for Money and Banking Museums (ICOMON).
Kaspars KravinskisExhibit manager and digital visualization system specialist at "Money World".
Master's Degree in Management Science, experience in Education and Media. Interested in communicative aspects of information and involved in creative projects.