Nice small museum that is free. Go on a day they are actually processing money ( not a Friday). It is interesting and educational. Had to pay quite a bit to park and only spent 45 minutes there. Not much else around so your parking...More
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Never knew you could visit here. Very interesting story of the History of Money. Also, how money travels thru the Federal Reserve System. Displays are informative and easy to read and understand. No charge for an hour of information. Good rainy day activity.
Only open at weekdays, and some public holidays. Learned a lot about how money goes. Not only in modern world, but also long ago. Where is the money ket, how is money destroyed! And do not forget to take your complimentary little bag of shredded...More
Didn't know the Federal Reserve Bank isn't a Federal agency.. Besides determing our interest rates..they have a museum, which is free to the public. However, no photos taking or cell phones are allowed. Lockers are provided. Must plan trips for groups months in advance, but...More
My dad likes to coin collect so we went here to see this one. They do not allow purses or backpacks, you have to lock them in lockers. They do have an area that shows them stacking and bundling bills, which was neat.
This was s good and quick informative tour. We stayed about 10 minutes but you could stay longer. I had a small child and wanted him to see the money and gold bar. No phones or cameras allowed but they have free lockers. You also...More
The bank is pretty easy to get to with Google. You are not allowed any cameras iPads or electronic devices in the bank. They do have a free locker to put them in and you keep the key. When you are finished with the self...More
This Museum is a very interesting and has a display of American Currency as well as examples of older versions of currency from around the world. The displays and videos explain how the Fed works as well as eemonstrstes how they move and store currency....More
The free tour of the museum here is worth it if you have an extra hour or so. Lots of interesting info on how our monetary system works and how the fed developed.
Just what you would expect from a Federal Building. Big, expensive, and not open???? I liked the Fed in Denver and wanted to compare.