The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch, Denver
About The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch, Denver
The Money Museum At The Federal Reserve Bank Of Kansas City, Denver Branch, Denver - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1020 16th St, Denver, CO 80202
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 04:00 pm Details
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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.
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, Denver Reviews - Write a Review
Every parent and every child should go to the Federal Reserve in Kansas City the Denver Division and go through the Money Museum it's a very well laid out exhibit of all the different money denominations that we've ever had in the United States and there's also a number you can call on your cell phone that provides an audio tour that matches up with the different numbers on each different display and explains it to you. You also get a free bag of old shredded money when you go in there's also a place where you got templates and a piece of paper and you can design your own money no matter what denomination you want to make it there was also an area that had I think it was Johnny eagle or something like that for the kids to enjoy but I think it's well worth the knowledge you gain and it's free you just gotta to show your ID and you got to run your bags through the X-ray machine after that it's pretty well free going I really enjoyed it I took a lot of pictures.
Cool quick walk through bout 30-40mins max. You have to go through security and I bet kids get excited over that. Worth a visit and it's free so hard to beat. Great area around this place walk and eat as well. Park in one of the paid parking lots.
I enjoyed killing time looking at the history of our bank notes and coins. The tour is self guided and requires a security screening before entry. The souvenir bag of shredded money was a nice touch. There are a few activities for children, mostly involving making your own money.
This isn't a large museum but it did have a variety of older bills to look at. You can get a small bag of shredded money free. Kids seemed to enjoy designing their own money.
The free museum is small, but kid friendly. You will see all kinds of money and learn about the Federal Reserve. You get a small bag of free shredded money to take home.
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