I liked the fact this was not a glitzy tour. It reminded me of the mint tour I took as a child decades ago. On the coin factory tour, I loved the display in which we 'met' some of the people who work at the mint, eg, the Chief Engraver, Chief Sculptor, etc. It honored their skills in a genuine way as they service their country. Also, the display of the mint worker who was injured or killed in Fallujah, Afghanistan was moving. I'm not sure why photos are not allowed on the tour. It's also always fun to watch the kids try to pick out coins rejected due to defects.
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