Museum on the Mound - Edinburgh
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The Museum on the Mound is situated in the Bank of Scotland Head Office and is, unsurprisingly, all about money. It may sound a little dull at first, but the museum is really quite fun. Displays include Scotland’s oldest bank note and £1 million!
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