Savings Box Museum, Sparekassen Kronjylland

THE ONLY SAVINGS BANK MUSEUM IN DENMARK
The only savings bank museum in Denmark is in Randers. The collection features many of the most common types of savings banks used in Danish homes through the years in the shapes of pigs, teddy bears, birds and a host of other animals. The museum is run by locally-based bank Sparekassen Kronjylland and is housed in one of the bank 's branches in the centre of town.

The museum provides a fascinating glimpse into the history of savings banks featuring the most common types. Many of these would have been given to children as gifts, and given that the usual way to open them was to smash them, it 's amazing that so many have survived.

3.500 EXHIBITS!
Take a wander through displays featuring animals and all sorts of other shapes and types. There are 3.500 exhibits, some of them dating right back to the 17th century. The collection was expanded Significantly in 2004 when a large and very rare collection was donated by the former scout museum at Klarskovgaard, near Korser, where Danish banks had a shared museum which has now been closed down.

Opening hours

02/01/2017 - 31/12/2017 Thursday 10:00 - 17:30
02/01/2017 - 31/12/2017 Monday - Wednesday, Friday 10:00 - 16:00

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Address

Middelgade 1
8900 Randers C

Phone

+45 89121212

Fax

+45 86410023

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Longitude : 10.037033999
Latitude : 56.459275