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Visitors Center

Purpose of the Center

  • To familiarize the public with the Bank's main functions and its contribution to Israel's economy; 
  • To present the historical development of money in Israel and the reflection of the nation's and the State's heritage in the design of banknotes and coins.

A visit to the Center includes: 

o An exhibition of ancient coins, as well as banknotes and coins issued from pre-State days to the present; 

o Interactive activity stations that use computer games to explain the Bank of Israel's functions, the history of money, and the central bank's contribution to the economy; 

o Videos on the development of means of payment and the Bank's essential role in the preservation of price stability.  


The Visitors Center is open to the general public, ages 8 years and older.  Tours of the Visitors Center last about an hour and a quarter, and are free of charge.  Entrance requires the presentation of an official form of identification.

Location of the Center

The Visitors Center is located on the ground floor of the Bank of Israel building at 37 Lilienblum street, corner of Nahalat Binyamin, Tel Aviv. The Center and all of its facilities are accessible for the disabled.

  • The center welcomes and encourages group visits, and provides a guide.  Group visits are by advance registration only.
  • Individual visits

The Visitors Center is open to the general public without prior arrangement

Sunday–Thursday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.

For further details and registration:

Phone: 03-564-0781/2  Email: