The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch

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  • Address: 1020 16th St, Denver, CO 80202, United States
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  • Timings: 09:30 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-3035722300
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum

The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch - Review

This is a kid-friendly introduction to the concepts of money of economy. They'll show you when and how the American economy began in 1775, how currency and economy developed, led you drool at a cool $30,000,000 in cold hard cash up close, and even leave with a bag-full of shredded money. There is a lot of old money on exhibit for those of you who like to collect. The museum is small, but highly engaging. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Denver itinerary 5 days.

The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch Information

  • You need to fill out a form for guided tours on the attraction website.
  • You need to bring ID.
  • Main entrance is on Curtis Street between 15th and 16th Streets.  

How To reach The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch by Public Transport

  • MALLRIDE stop 16th Street Mall & Arapahoe St
  • Light Rail D, F, H stop 16th & Stout Station
  • Buses 1, 6, 15L, 20, 43 stop Market St & 14th St
  • Buses 10, 28, 28B, 32, 38, 43, 44 stop 15th St & Arapahoe St [ Y Stop ]
  • Buses 15, 20, 38, 52, MALLRIDE stop 16th Street Mall & Lawrence St

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  • The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch Address: 1020 16th St, Denver, CO 80202, United States
  • The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch Contact Number: +1-3035722300
  • The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch Timing: 09:30 am - 04:00 pm
  • The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch Price: Free
  • Time required to visit The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 26.06% of people who visit Denver include The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch in their plan

  • 55.8% of people start their The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch

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The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch, Denver Reviews

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  • Small, free, fascinating museum run by the Federal Reserve Bank. Lots of historical coins and bank notes on display, gold bars, a stack of $30 million dollars (behind thick glass), history of US money. Free bags of shredded dollar bills (estimated value $130, but you''ll need a lot of tape). Getting in security is tighter than at an airport. They will check your ID and there's the xray machine.

  • Free. Totally worth a visit to learn ab money and the economy. It's small but you can easily spend over an hour here. Make it part of your next visit downtonw.

  • We had a nice time here with friends. It was truly something to see how this process works. The staff was very helpful sharing the details.

  • Nice, but expected more. Would have been better if had docents explaining and giving info.

  • Fantastic rainy (Ha it never rains in Colorado does it?) or snowy day place to take the kids or even just yourself. There is a lot to learn in this small and self-guided museum. It is incredibly interesting to see the history of the currency of the U.S. in all of it's forms and even get to do what most of will never get to do. Look at what 33 million in 100 dollar bills would look like if it were stacked up. The kids can created their own currency to be creative and get to walk out with about $67 in shredded bills. Good time for a museum that your tax dollars pay for (meaning it is "free" to attend)

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