Bureau Of Engraving And PrintingCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 9000 Blue Mound Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76131, United States, 76131
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-8172314000
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Heritage Building, Businesses And Services, Printing, Copying And Signage, Landmarks
Bureau Of Engraving And Printing - Review
It is a government agency within the United States Department of Treasury and handles the production of a variety of security products. The most important amongst all of these is paper money for the Federal Reserve of the US. The Federal Reserve is in itself the Central Bank of the country that regulates the monetary this is also the largest producer of Government security documents of the US.
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Bureau Of Engraving And Printing, Fort Worth Reviews
The professionalism is always apparent from the police, to the shuttle driver, to the front desk, and even the printer's on the floor engaging with the children. This place is a must see for all American Citizens. It is very informative, and makes one aware of the painstaking amount of details that go into a single note; the accuracy, and the effort of curtailing counterfeiting is made very apparent in this place. Parking is free, and one of the best times to go is during Spring break, when they have live individuals at various stations to engage the public. My only gripe is the limited amount of children that they can take at a time to create their own currency. They also pick and choose who they give the shredded currency souvenirs to, and that is concerning in the times in which we live where racism is rampant. By the way, the only other location is in Washington, DC
Absolutely fantastic experience! It's worth going anytime of the year, but a couple of times a year they hold special events. We were there for the special events during spring break. What a bonus! Very educational, but in a cool "Fun Facts" sort of way. We had a lot of fun. 10 year old and Mom and Dad all loved it! And it's FREE!
This needs to be on most EVERYONE's bucket list!!!! This was the most interesting place that I've ever toured, and it was FREE! You can see the place where paper money is made. This is not the place where any coins are made. This is one HUGE place that holds MANY printing presses that you can see the money being printed as you're on the tour. This is only one of two places in the USA that prints money legally! The gift shop is really cool also. They have many items that anyone would love including sheets of uncut money that you can buy right there! I would LOVE to work there! HIGHLY recommend!
Great place to visit to learn about our paper currency. About 2-3 hours is all that is needed. They don't allow cell phones or cameras, so you'll have to leave them behind.
This tour is fascinating for all ages, though I question whether young children will enjoy the audio tour of the printing process. The other exhibits offer a lot of detail on each step in creating US currency, and you should not miss the well made 15 minute film.