Visit our museum and find resources for your classroom

With hundreds of school groups passing through our doors each year, our museum makes the perfect visit for primary and secondary students. From holding a bar of gold to learning about the economy and financial literacy, our museum creates an educational and fun visit for all age groups.

We offer a range of free presentations and resources, both online and in person, to supplement your classroom curriculum. Take a look at our offerings below. 

Any questions? Please email us at education@bankofengland.co.uk or phone us at 020 3461 5545 Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm.

Book a Presentation

We offer a range of free presentations for state primary schools on money and the role of the Bank of England. Presentations are available in person and online.

Learn more about our free talks and presentations

Talks can be provided via MS Teams or Zoom

If you are looking for an online talk for a GCSE or A Level school group, look into our Bank Ambassador talks.

Plan your visit

Find practical information for visiting our museum.

All school groups are welcome to come for a self-guided visit. Age appropriate activity sheets are available for students to complete as they explore the museum.

Plan your free visit to our museum

Entry is free of charge. All our activities, exhibitions, talks and presentations are also free

Home learning hub

Find a range of resources which complement the school curriculum, from financial literacy to the history of money.

Use our free, home education resources

We have curated a selection of activities to help people of all ages to learn at home

Education

Discover even more resources for your classroom with educational resources created by the Bank of England.

Explore our free classroom materials

Our free teaching and homeschooling resources help to explain how the economy works

KnowledgeBank

Looking for simple answers to tricky questions about the economy? Check out KnowledgeBank!

Read our introductions to economic issues in 'KnowledgeBank'

The economy made simple

This page was last updated 08 April 2022

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