The story is also told of the establishment of banks and financial services from the agricultural banks, and first commercial banks, to savings banks and co-operative banks. A key feature is the history of currency in Barbados. It also includes a display of coins and currency notes from across the world. There are exhibits featuring the Central Bank of Barbados and the Barbadian currency issued today. Also featured is the history of the Bank, the construction of its iconic building, and the role of the Central Bank in the cultural development of Barbados.
The second floor concentrates on the history of the craft of free masonry in Barbados with a wide range of memorabilia and interactives for the viewing public. Tribute is also paid on this floor to early education. The building itself is part of the discourse on the history of Bridgetown and each floor provides details on its construction.
is place of mystery and discovery.