A costumed storyteller tells tales from 'The Wind in the Willows', whose author, Kenneth Grahame, was Secretary of the Bank of England. The museum has a permanent display celebrating Grahame's career ,which includes unpublished documents revealing details of his time at the Bank. It examines the questions surrounding Grahame's sudden resignation from the Bank, the influences on his writing and the strange incident in 1903 which saw him shot by an intruder.
|Venue name:||Bank of England Museum||Contact:|
Threadneedle St (entrance in Bartholomew Lane)
|Opening hours:||10am-5pm Mon-Fri (closed public and bank holidays). THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED FOR REFURBISHMENT FROM JAN 1- MAR 30 2014|