Your culture attendant: things to do in Edinburgh

WEDNESDAY 28TH AUGUST 2019
A THING TO DO THIS WEDNESDAY

in EDINBURGH
PRICE: Free
TIME: 1-2 hours
Crack open a safe, see a million pounds and discover the objects used as currency around the world over 4,000 years... all at the Museum on the Mound in Edinburgh. From 10am until 5pm this Wednesday, explore the history of money and finance - in Scotland, the UK and around the world - from the domed headquarters of the Bank of Scotland.
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EDINBURGH
55.95°N, 3.2°W

Sunrise: 06:09
Sunset: 20:18
Weather: light rain, 15°C max, 7°C min


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