The historical monument Palace of the National Bank of Romania was built between July 1884 and June 1890. The project was elaborated by the architects Cassien Bernard and Albert Galeron. By a decision of the General Council of the National Bank in 1914 has been constituted the museum. It was organised since 1933 and the first exhibition of the museum was opened in July 1943.
Inside the building the viewers can see numismatic series issued by the National Bank of Romania, parts of major importance, bank means and a galery of the bank governors.
The side ships host ten large showcases with numismatic exhibits (banknotes and coins for the most part), in a chronological presentation, eight panels that support the messages the speech developed by the large windows (maps, drawings, texts, etc.) and eight piramidal prismatic cases with parts of a great numismatic value.
The alveolar halls are proud to host the governors gallery, replicas of gold and silver bars and five showcases that present to public view the interwar publications of the National Bank of Romania.
The thesaurus room presents in perimetral showcases coated with marble parts of great artistic value like rare gold coins, molds and gold bullions.
The desire and duty of the National Bank to maintain the quality of the first monetary and financial institution of Romania, the return to positions held prior to the year 1946, written from the begining in statute, reinstate in discution the rights of it's values, wasted in the last half century.