The Museum of Trade Finance and the Fed gives you the history of trade and economics of the city of New Orleans and its journey to become the present financial center.
The museum has detailed exhibits of the history of Banks and has a collection of bank notes. The highlight is making your own bank notes with your own Dollar bill design and taking the shredded notes with you as a souvenir!
Museum Of Trade Finance And The Fed Travel Tips
- You can also contact on +1 8776387003.
Entrance Ticket Details For Museum Of Trade Finance And The Fed
- There is no charge for admission.
- All visits to the museum are self-guided and are limited to the exhibit area.
- Individuals or groups of fewer than 10 people are welcome to visit the exhibits during regular hours of operation and do not need to be scheduled.
How to Reach Museum Of Trade Finance And The Fed
- By Bus: Poydras at St Charles
- By Tram: St Charles at Poydras
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
- By Taxi
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Museum Of Trade Finance And The Fed Reviews & Ratings
My wife and I stopped by to check this out today. It was a very pleasant surprise. A one room display of history and information about the Federal Reserve. The Federal Officer was very pleasant and professional. She was a delight. Highly recommend this in your adventures of the city.
Don’t waste your time. It was a lobby. Very sad “museum” even the security guard was sad. It took me longer to get them to open the doors and process me through security than to walk through the “exhibit”
One small room of displays, but an overall interesting experience; won't take more than 30 minutes to visit.
Great little educational museum that offers a free shredded currency souvenir. Really neat experience! The guard Morgan is very nice and also knowledgeable about the Fed and its policy. I had fun and will never forget the experience. Thank you Morgan, you are a local treasure!!!
Small, but interesting museum. Gentleman (security) at the desk was very helpful.