Museum on the Mound Museum on the Mound

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Museum on the Mound

Lloyds Banking Group, Edinburgh, EH1 1YZ, United Kingdom | 0131 243 5464 | Website

Venue Description

Money and more! Located in the historic Bank of Scotland Head Office, this fascinating museum takes a fresh look at money. Art and design, technology, crime, trade and security - all feature in the story of money. You can also gaze upon £1 million in Bank of Scotland £20 notes. We are open throughout the year and admission is free!


Museum on the Mound is committed to providing a welcoming, engaging and accessible experience for all visitors. Our team will do all they can to ensure that your visit is comfortable and enjoyable. The museum is fully accessibly to wheelchair users. There is a slight lip at the external gate (approx 2cm) then a ramp down to the main door. This will be opened by a museum guard. The displays themselves are all on one level, and our cases have been designed to let an average wheelchair fit underneath so that the visitor can get as close to the objects as possible. The accessible toilet is through a two-way swing door, with the toilet door itself opening outward. We have induction loops in our reception and temporary exhibition space. Large print guides are available. We have a visual story and sensory map available on our website to help prepare you for a visit to the Museum. We also have ear defenders and sensory bags available, as well as a quiet space. Staff are always on hand to help.

Accessibility Guide

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Access Statement

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Accessible Performances

We warmly welcome community group visits, no matter how small the group. Please contact us to discuss how we can tailor our hands-on, interactive workshops to meet your needs and interests.


The accessible toilet is through a two-way swing door, with the toilet door itself opening outward. Staff are always on hand to help with the doors if required.


All staff members complete Disability Awareness and Autism Awareness training. One of our staff members is learning sign language.

COVID Precautions

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You are not required to pre-book a visit to the Museum; however, we are currently limiting the number of visitors to a maximum of 30 in the museum at one time. If you arrive when the museum is at maximum capacity, you will be given the option to wait in our garden area until space is available. When entering the museum, you will be greeted from a safe distance by a member of staff who will direct you into the museum. Please note in line with Scottish Government guidelines, all adults and children over 12 visiting the museum should wear a mask/face covering where possible. Where possible, we are operating a one way system throughout the museum. All our galleries will be open. However, to reduce the number of touch points, foreign language guides and some of our displays are temporarily unavailable. Hand sanitiser will be available throughout the museum and additional cleaning will be carried out during the day.

Assistance dog facilities

Other assistance dog facilities

We can offer a water bowl to assistance dogs.

The venue says it has...

  • Accessible Format
  • Disabled Access
  • Induction Loop
  • Large Print
  • Access Statement

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