Federal Reserve Bank Of New York

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  • Address: 33 Liberty St, New York, NY 10045, USA, New York City, United States
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  • Timings: 11:15 am - 03:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2127206130
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Bank

Federal Reserve Bank Of New York - Review

Located on Liberty Street, New York, the Federal Reserve Bank is one of the oldest banks in the USA. The building Boasts off an impressive architecture. You can guide yourself to a mini-tour of this bank to notice the minute details of the bank. It will give you a good opportunity to know some of the inner things of the federal bank and how they operate on a day-to-day basis. But you are not allowed to click photos inside. This is one of the most powerful banks in the entire USA, come here if you want to get an in-depth look at how the financial world runs on a daily basis.

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  • Federal Reserve Bank Of New York Address: 33 Liberty St, New York, NY 10045, USA, New York City, United States
  • Federal Reserve Bank Of New York Contact Number: +1-2127206130
  • Federal Reserve Bank Of New York Timing: 11:15 am - 03:00 pm
  • Federal Reserve Bank Of New York Price: Free
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  • A little-known but fascinating attraction lies in the Financial District’s Federal Bank of New York: more than 6,500 tons of gold. The building dates back to the 1920s and much of the gold arrived after WWII. Anyone can sign up for a free tour of the gold vault on weekday afternoons.

  • Ask yourself... 1) Why do we have a ‘Federal Reserve System’? 2) Why is ‘Federal’ in the name when it is NOT part of the US Gov’t? 3) Why is it not subject to transparent audit? Most importantly: 4) Why do ‘we’ (the American public) simply ignore & allow this? 5) Why is it allowable to have no one in authority answer these questions? 6) Why is it acceptable to immediately paint anyone who asks these questions as a ‘conspiracy theorist’, or ‘not a patriot’, or simply a ‘nut job’? That is an unfathomably giant amount of authority & power to allow in one body without ‘true’, ‘transparent’, ‘PUBLIC’ oversight. Is it not?

  • Free tour is worth going to if you are in the city - you get a small bag of shredded cash at the end too! I think the tour could have been a little more informative though, particularly with juicy stories from the 2008-09 crisis. Which secret entrance did all the bank executives take to avoid the media during the Lehman weekend? How about the story when AIG walked over tens of billions of bonds as collateral to the NY Fed? Details!

  • Very good tour! A good opportunity to getting to know some of the inner things and everyday tasks in a reserve bank and the business of money, securities and gold custody. They explain and take you to different places in the circuits of money. However, photos are not allowed here.

  • Federal reserve Bank is one of the most important bank 🏦 of New York City.

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