Our friendly team at the Welcome Desk are here to answer any Mint-related questions (and will try to answer any non-Mint-related questions!).
Parents and carers
Children of all ages are welcome at the Mint. There are change tables available in the accessible toilet, and a dedicated children’s area in the gallery space with activities for the young (and young at heart!)
Get connected with our free Wi-Fi – ask our Visitor Experience Hosts how.
Visitors are welcome to take photos at the Mint (unless you see signs asking you not to).
Commercial photography needs prior approval. You can email your request to email@example.com.
Conditions of entry
We’ve got a few requests during your visit, so the Mint is safe for everyone (including the coins!).
- Eating or drinking is not permitted in the exhibition area.
- Scooters and bicycles are not permitted in the foyer or exhibition areas.
- Footwear is to be worn at all times.
- Bags or personal possessions must not be left unattended. Visitors, particularly students, are encouraged to leave bags and personal items on their secured coach service. The Mint is not liable for any loss or damage of these items.
- Treat Mint staff with kindness and respect, they are here to help and to keep you and the exhibits safe.
- Comply with any reasonable directions given by Mint security or staff.
- Children under the age of 15 must be supervised at all times.
- You are welcome to take photos or record videos in the public areas of the Mint, provided they are for private use and not for publication. Photographs and videos must not include any identifiable person without that person’s consent.
- It is against Government regulation to smoke tobacco or nicotine vapours within 10 metres of any entry or exit of these premises.
- Do not enter under the influence of or bring onto the premises alcohol or illicit drugs.
- The Mint reserves the right to refuse entry to visitors who not comply with the conditions of entry.