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The Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank - Denver Branch

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coachjfaulk wrote a review Mar 2020
Cecilia, Louisiana257 contributions92 helpful votes
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Excellent stop to pass a little time and learn a little bit about personal finance and the history of money. You can expect to spend about 30 minutes here as it is not a major attraction that eats up a lot of time. Not a must do in Denver, however it is free and offers an opportunity to learn about financial impacts and history.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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RDWehman wrote a review Feb 2020
Clermont, Florida17 contributions1 helpful vote
After touring the US Mint this was a disappointment. To be fair it was geared a bit more towards children and we were all adults. The most interesting thing for us was trying to determine which bills were counterfeit. It was free, so worth a short stop if you have children.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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LandOrBySea wrote a review Feb 2020
Friendswood, Texas267 contributions32 helpful votes
Had a free afternoon and couldn’t get into the Mint for a tour. This wasn’t bad for free. The most interesting displays to us was the history of different forms of printed money in our country. Many of the displays and the movie were geared towards children. I would’ve liked to have seen more specific info on how the Fed distributes money to banks, and how that all works.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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carrie1117 wrote a review Jan 2020
72 contributions1 helpful vote
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Glad we went here to waste time while waiting for our 1pm tour of the Mint. There were some great interactive exhibits! We even got a bag of shredded money to take for a suvinere. Not a huge place, but neat information.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ColoradoCoskier wrote a review Dec 2019
Colorado80 contributions14 helpful votes
Great location off 16th street mall. we learned about the recycling process of money as well as moneys history.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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