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Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Atlanta

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  • Nice small museum that is free. Go on a day they are actually processing money ( not a Friday). It is interesting and educational. Had to pay quite a bit to park and only spent 45 minutes there. Not m...  more »
  • Never knew you could visit here. Very interesting story of the History of Money. Also, how money travels thru the Federal Reserve System. Displays are informative and easy to read and understand. No c...  more »
  • Only open at weekdays, and some public holidays. Learned a lot about how money goes. Not only in modern world, but also long ago. Where is the money ket, how is money destroyed! And do not forget to t...  more »
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  • Amazing place for a free self guided museum tour. Every station is interactive in some way. Honestly, I was very surprised and my expectations were exceeded. There is even a few games you can play. You get to see the processing room - which is where bills are verified and packed together or shredded and taken out of circulation. You get FREE souvenirs at the end of your tour. Security is a priority and you go through a metal detector and bag check. Also, absolutely no photos are allowed inside but it was not a big issue for me. This is way better than some of the tours I actually paid for in Atlanta. Other reviews bringing this down disagree with the Fed. I do as well. Nonetheless it was a good experience. Their history portion leaves out some important points (do some research) and they are not very critical of themselves.
  • It has a small but awesome museum. Two great films to explain the Fed, and everyone gets a free bag of money. The money is old shredded bills, but still a free bag of money is great.
  • A non governmental entity that has control over our money supply, and now effectively owns us as we owe more debt to it than there is cash available. It's the biggest scam in history.
  • If you love money I recommend going here. Free admission, security is tight but all in all great experience. Ive never seen so much cash in my life!
  • A non-government entity that has been manipulating and devaluing your currency since 1913. Would not recommend