We stopped here after our MLK Jr. tour since we had time. Got there around 3pm and it closes at 4pm (though they didn't kick us out, which was nice). Wish we had gotten there a bit earlier to have more time to go through all the displays and hands on exhibits. Parked across the street to the east in a surface lot for $6. There are free lockers for your purses and bags while you are in the museum. It was fascinating to watch the automated money movers and the machines counting $$ and looking for deteriorated bills to shred. There are little bags of shredded bills that you can take home for free located in the lobby, along with postcards. There is a fun game you can play with up to three people where each person is a consumer, business or banker. Each makes choices in each round to try to increase net worth. There is a small theater where you can select two videos to watch. We selected the Role of the Fed. Another interactive exhibit has you play a new bank employee that has to decide what loans and investments to accept/deny. Displays include examples of counterfeit bills, money used throughout history, a gold bar, and gold coins minted in Georgia.
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