You can see the unique collection of almost 400 banknotes that have been or still are being valid in various parts of our planet at the Lešná chateau near Valašské Meziříčí. All come from the rich collection lent to the Museum of the Moravian Wallachia Region by the Vsetín traveler Libor Bureš.

The Banknote exposition from all over the world has been on display at Vsetín chateau for years, where it has been replaced by paper money from European countries since the beginning of May (more HERE). Now, there are 392 banknotes of non-European countries, mainly from Asia, Africa and America. It dates from the 20th and 21st centuries and some have been used in today's European countries and former colonies.

Collecting paper money is called notaphilia and is divided into different directions. Libor Bureš refers to the world banknote kept in the Krause catalog, which records approximately 290 countries and territories. His collection so far includes 239 of them and we are very happy to present his collection in both of our exhibitions.

Lešná u Valašského Meziříčí Chateau is open every day except Monday, always from 9:00 to 17:00. This year's main exhibition is called When a Stork Arrives and offers an extensive collection of historical prams from the 19th and 20th centuries. Definitely do not miss the guided tour of the local historic interiors and a walk through the famous English park.