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Education and Museum

The Bank offers a wide range of resources and services to build awareness and understanding of its role and functions, and of central banking more generally. Click on the links below to find out more.



Visit the Museum

Our free Museum explains the Bank’s history and its work today at the centre of the economy. A variety of free talks and presentations are on offer to groups of between 15 and 50 (booking essential).
Opening hours - Monday to Friday 10am-5pm


Currently on at the Museum

 The Flora and Fauna exhibition examines the symbolic meaning of the plants and animals which appear within the design of the Bank building

Target Two Point Zero

​The Bank of England and the Times Interest Rate Challenge

This school competition gives students aged 16-18 the chance to assess economic conditions and the outlook for inflation, and explain how they would set monetary policy to achieve the 2.0% inflation target. The 2015/16 Challenge launched on 19 May 2015.

Visit our Target 2.0 section

Centre for Central Banking Studies


​The Bank of England's Centre for Central Banking Studies (CCBS) acts as a global forum for central banks and regulatory authorities to exchange views and share best practice in central bank policies and operations.

Visit the CCBS section