The earliest People's Bank of China was in Shijiazhuang, and the first set of RMB was also issued in Shijiazhuang. This museum is worth seeing. It is not very crowded at ordinary times, but it is not convenient to park.
Hebei Coin Museum, the People's Bank of China 🏦 old address, Shijiazhuang City, Hebei Province, in the morning to Zhaoxian Zhaozhou Bridge, Berlin Temple, return to Hebei Museum at noon, after the visit, check Trip.com found the Hebei Coin Museum, came late, closed at 4:30 pm. Just the appearance, leave a little regret.
On December 1, 1948, two events of special historical significance occurred in the financial history of New China-the People's Bank of China was established in a place called Xiaohuilou in Shijiazhuang and began to issue the first set of RMB.
At 10:30 on December 2, 2009, at No. 55, Zhonghua North Street, Shijiazhuang City, the small gray building that had experienced glories, was forgotten, and even destroyed, finally regained its brilliance. The opening ceremony of the People’s Bank of China Memorial Hall and Hebei Coin Museum, which was restored and renovated from the Xiaohui Building, was officially held.
The former site of the People's Bank of China has been designated by the Shijiazhuang Municipal Government and Hebei Provincial Government as a key cultural relic protection unit at the municipal and provincial levels, and is actively applying for a national key cultural relic protection unit. The museum will be open to the public free of charge, and citizens with their ID cards can visit it for free.
This is a very strict museum, the Hebei Coin Museum (formerly the People's Bank of China site, the first set of the issue of the RMB). The third is all coins, I as a collector of coins, to come to the holy place, long knowledge [tooth decay]. The dissatisfaction is that the place opens every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and opens after 2:30 pm
On North China Street, it is quaint and does not open on weekends.
Very nice memorial with lots of things to learn from