1. U.S. Mint Tours in Philadelphia and Denver
Witness the coin manufacturing process up close by taking a free tour at the Philadelphia and Denver facilities of the U.S. Mint. Learn about the process of minting coins from design to striking, and get insights into the history of coin-making.
2. Binion’s Gambling Hall and Hotel, Las Vegas
Get a free souvenir photo of yourself standing next to $1 million in cash at Binion’s Gambling Hall and Hotel in Las Vegas, a great opportunity to see that much cash up close.
3. U.S. Treasury, Washington D.C.
Tour the third oldest building in Washington D.C., which houses the U.S. Treasury, and has been preserved to showcase its impressive Greek Revival architecture. Highlights include historic offices and the restored marble Cash Room.
4. Wall Street Attractions, New York City
Explore the financial history of Wall Street, which includes the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall National Memorial. Choose from self-guided tours on foot or other affordable tour options.
5. Chicago Board of Trade and Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Visit the trading floors of these two institutions in the Art Deco historic landmark building once called the tallest building in Chicago. Tours are available for $20 per person.
6. Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Washington D.C.
Learn about the production process for paper currency and watch millions of dollars being printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Admission is free, but a ticket is required.
7. Gold Vault Tour, New York Federal Reserve Bank
Take a free tour of the gold vault housing approximately 508,000 gold bars, weighing in at 6,350 tons. Learn about the Federal Reserve System as you tour the bank.
8. Learning Center and Money Museum, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Visit the Learning Center and Money Museum for interactive exhibits and activities, such as bartering, counterfeit bill identification, currency creation, and learning about central banks. Admission and tours are free.