The Bank of England Museum is offering a lot of activities while it has to stay closed during the Covid-19 pandemic: virtual talks, tours and educational resources.
On the website you can find many online tours through the collections of the museum. What about exploring the highlights of the banknotes or discover the women who have designed, made or appeared on the notes? You can even listen to audio descriptions of some chosen highlights.
Or you can get an overview with the tour 325 years, 325 objects.
Book a Virtual Talk
The museum offers a ‘live’ experience, too. You may either organise a virtual visit from one of the Bank Ambassadors to any UK state secondary school or college, or you can sign up to a live talk for adults.
Free Educational Resources
Partnering with The Economist Education Foundation the museum has created a new resource on the future of work. Additionally, teachers find many resources for their students in economy.
And this is the homepage of the Bank of England Museum.
And the museum is also very active on Twitter.