Central Bank Anniversary Publications
The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago was established on December 12, 1964, 55 years ago. In celebration of this milestone the Bank has published three books that highlight aspects of our history, our art collection and staff members. All publications can be purchased at our Museum.
Our museum was reopened to the public on January 16, 2019. We are proud of the new design and layout, and assure you that your visit with us will leave you delighted, more knowledgeable, entertained and inspired! View Launch video.
The driving force behind the Central Bank Museum is the Bank’s commitment to culture and education, and with this in mind, we have created an inviting, open and engaging space that allows visitors to discover and learn about important aspects of our economic and artistic culture and history. Visitors can interact with the technology and artefacts, as well as communicate both in person and virtually with the staff of the Bank.
The Museum’s new open-plan design is structured on three main areas that focus on topics related to trade, money, banking and currency.
- It’s YOUR Bank
- The Economy, Energy and Diversification
- The Art and Science of Money
The Museum’s foyer serves as an exhibit space that is used to bring the art collection of the Bank closer to the public through exhibitions, workshops and other related events.
Click our guide to learn more about what you will see on your visit.
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