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The Reserve Bank Of New Zealand Museum

The Reserve Bank museum celebrates and records New Zealand's economic and banking heritage.

It is the first museum of its type in New Zealand, and was developed during 2006 by the Reserve Bank and consultants 3D Creative. A blend of artefacts, graphics, diagrams - even a simulated vault door - are designed to appeal to those interested in the history of our economy, the role played by the central bank and in learning more about our currency and the way in which it has evolved.

Collection Type
History


Contact Details
Postal address iconP O Box 2498, Wellington, New Zealand
Telephone number icon64 4 471 3682
Web address iconhttp://rbnzmuseum.govt.nz/
Email address iconmuseum@rbnz.govt.nz


Visitor Information
Physical address icon2 The Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand, New Zealand
Hours of operation icon9.30am - 4.00pm Monday to Friday, closed on weekends, public holidays, and for special events
Charges iconFree entry


Facilities
Wheelchair accessToilets



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Chief Accountant's Punch Room, 1948Hollerith Machine being operated by Miss M. Talbut, 1948Addressograph machine being operated in 1955Furnaces at the Reserve Bank's Upper Hutt premises, July 1972Installation of Hollerith Machine, 1948

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