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This place has a lot of activities for kids, coin collections plus you can see them counting money and storing it in the vault. You can make your own money and email it to yourself. We got there late in the afternoon but we were...More
The Money Museum is a free self-guided tour in the Federal Reserve in Kansas City, MO. There is security upon entering the building as you would expect. The displays are very interesting. It was interesting watching the robots move the money in and out of...More
I wasn't sure what to expect but I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to The Money Museum. There is an amazing coin collection on loan from the Truman Library. It has coins minted during the terms of every American President which are nicely displayed. You can...More
We stopped by here to take the tour just on a whim. Didn’t have to plan ahead and it was great to escape the heat outside and enjoy some AC. Picked up a free bag of money too!! What a great experience!
This is a great learning experience about our Federal Reserve System. They don't make money but actually destroy money here and you can walk away with over $150 shredded up. There are IPad games for kids to learn about the Federal Reserve. It is a...More
This is the place where they filmed the movie "Mad Money". They have a great exhibit on coins and have a place where you have to lift a gold bar. I managed to do it but not all could.
My son really enjoyed this museum...More
My husband and I had read about the money museum online and decided to check it out. The wall of coins was really neat as well as getting to watch them make and count the money.
At the end,they give out $165 worth of shredded...More
Across the street from the WWI memorial which is just above Union Station.
Take your daughters boyfriend just for the security check.
Free Bag of Money! (shredded, but you can tape it up!).
You can try to lift a GOLD BAR!
I learned a lot tracing U.S. money from beginning. It gives you some idea about inflation. At one time we had 2 cent and 3 cent coins. There was a half dime for quite some time and then was changed to the nickel. Although you...More