Free entrance to the CBCG Money Museum from tomorrow


On the occasion of celebrating 20 years of the CBCG work, celebrated in 2021, admission to the CBCG Money Museum in Cetinje will be free for all visitors from tomorrow, 18 May, until the end of the year.

As a socially responsible institution and celebrating its jubilee - two decades of the supreme monetary institution’s work, and having in mind the coronavirus pandemic, the CBCG decided to give free access to the Money Museum from 18 May, the International Museum Day. The Money Museum is open to anyone wishing to learn about the history of money on the territory of today’s Montenegro.

The Museum of Money was opened in 2012 as a museum within the CBCG specialising in collecting and presenting money and other numismatic material from the territory of today’s Montenegro. Visitors to the Museum can see two permanent exhibitions - “Money in Montenegro” and “Money as Jewellery”.

The Money Museum is modernly equipped. In addition to museum settings, it provides visitors with additional information about the money history in Montenegro and the general Montenegrin history through multimedia interactive applications.

Visitors can also buy souvenirs at symbolic prices - a replica of a perper forged on a machine on which a Montenegrin perper was minted in Vienna more than a century ago, which is on display in the Museum. They can also buy a 50 perper photo banknote with a visitor’s photo.

The Museum of Money is open every day from 9 AM to 5 PM.