United States Mint

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  • Address: 320 West Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80204, United States
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-3034054761
  • Time Required: 00:45 Mins
  • Tags: Educational Site, Heritage Building

United States Mint at Denver is the largest coin producing facility in the World and is a part of United States Mint. They produce coins used for nation’s circulating as well as collectible ones that can be a treasure for collectors all over.

Touring this facility will be a fun experience not just kids but for adults and teachers as well. You will get to see how the coin are made, learn the history of United States Mint and meet the artists that design the coins! Wow!

At the end of the tour, visit the shop to see and get your share of American history in form of coins and medals. Or get your hands on uncirculated coins. You can also opt for items like Collector’s boxes. A perfect to buy gifts or souvenirs. And if you can’t decide on a gift, buying E-Gift certificates is the best thing – let’s your loved ones choose the gift they want!

United States Mint Travel Tips

  • Cameras, outside food, backpacks or weapon’s are not allowed during the tour.

United States Mint Hours

Tour Hours

  • Monday to Thursday: 8:00am – 3:30pm (excluding federal holidays) 
  • Closures: Tours will be closed on November 10th, December 26th thru January 2nd.

How to Reach United States Mint

  • If you are in the Capitol Hill area or LoDo, you can walk to United States Mint.
  • RTD Bus# 9 & 52 stop at Cherokee St & W 14th Ave.
  • RTD Bus# 16 stop at W Colfax Ave & Delaware St.
  • Hop onto Bus numbers# 9, 16 or 52 to get to United States Mint. They all have a stop in close proximity to the Mint.

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  • United States Mint Address: 320 West Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80204, United States
  • United States Mint Contact Number: +1-3034054761
  • United States Mint Timing: 24-hrs
  • Best time to visit United States Mint(preferred time): 08:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit United States Mint: 00:45 Mins
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  • 22.2% of people who visit Denver include United States Mint in their plan

  • 95% of people start their United States Mint visit around 08 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see United States Mint


95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting United States Mint

People normally also visit Northfield Stapleton while planning their trip to United States Mint.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

United States Mint Reviews & Ratings

  • Beautiful, and Historical. From the coin collection observed on tour to the building itself. Plan ahead, as to not be disappointed. Tickets are available for all tour times starting at 7 am. Everyone in line at 7 was getting tickets for tours scheduled throughout the day.

  • We had a wonderful visit and highly recommend the tour! The tour guide was funny and informative and you get a souvenir item of two new pennies, one of which that has not been stamped. We went in June and got in line for tour tickets at 6 am and had no problems getting them. There is a limit on getting the tickets, 5 per person, and about 50 people go each tour. Make sure you read the restrictions before you go and enjoy!!

  • This is a review of the Mint Tour, not the gift shop. We visited on a Friday and arrived at 6:00a. There was a fairly long line ahead of us, but we had our pick of any time slot except 11:00a (it was already full). We chose 9:30a. You must have one person present for every 5 tickets you need. No kids under 7 years old are allowed. The tour itself did a good job of talking about the Mint's history, but to learn what each machine did, we had to ask a tour guide. Bottom line: everyone definitely enjoyed the tour and were glad they did it.

  • Awesome tour. Learned so much. Brought our 7 and 10 yr old and they even enjoyed it.

  • The worst experience. We raced over to get to the Mint more than 30 minutes in advance of a tour, only discover they were completely full for the day for school tours. Told to come back tomorrow, but we fly out tonight... salt to the wound: we paid $14 for parking. You cant get tickets online and they dont keep their site up to date in real time. My suggestion would be to not even add the mint to your itinerary when visiting Denver.

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