Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We’ve got a nice little post for you to read while you’re enjoying your good food. Today we’re peeking in at The Money Museum at Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
The Money Museum is located inside the Federal Reserve Bank
The Money Museum gives visitors the opportunity to watch millions of dollars of currency be processed, check out some interesting exhibits and learn about the economy all in one visit. And the best part of all of this is that it’s free to view!
Reservations are not required to tour this museum for groups of 20 or fewer but you will need to go thru a security screening to get in. You can sign up for a guided tour for groups of 15 or more.
Hours of operation, parking and accessibility information and information regarding security screening can be found here for the museum. For a little prep for your tour you can check out highlights of the Money Museum here. The museum recommends approximately one hour to complete the self-guided tour. It’s right next door to the National World War I Museum at the Liberty Memorial, however, so you can make a day of it and tour both museums!
This museum is definitely worth your time, so make plans to go learn all about the economy and the currency process at The Money Museum at Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
And make sure to stop by next week for a very special Around the Town Thursday post! We definitely won’t be in Kansas anymore!