Immerse yourself in the world of money and banking in a former 19th century commercial bank building whose architecture has been admirably preserved. From commodity money to coins, from the Belgian franc to the euro, the whole history of means of payment is on display in the light-flooded gallery on the first floor. How can you tell a real banknote from a fake? What is the National Bank doing to prevent prices from soaring? Can the banks do whatever they want with your savings? With your audio guide, discover the answers to these questions with the help of numerous videos and interactive applications scattered throughout the impressive bank hall on the ground floor. The museum is suitable for both individual visitors and groups with a guide upon reservation.