The Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank - Denver Branch, Denver

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TripAdvisor
  • Worst 3min of my life.. Security line takes longer to get through than the actual exhibit. I'll never get those 3min back...  more »
  • The museum is small but is a must see. There is very old and unique money on display. As well as a history of the federal reserve and what the reserve does. Very kid friendly.  more »
  • We thought we would see some money being made or shredded. No, there was a nice display, on the wall, of the history of our money. There was a movie about how the federal reserve operates. That was in...  more »
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  • Ok, its a museum about money, so calm down with the "its boring" nonsense. It is, however, interesting. We spent maybe 45 minutes walking around, got a bag of shredded cash which was pretty cool and then made our way onward. Its a good time. Def worth it if you want to get inside for a little and learn a little something.
  • We were visiting Denver from Florida and happen to see the Museum and wanted to check it out. My kids were super excited. We walked in at 3:44pm and were turned away because they don't take anybody in after a quarter till. After the encounter , we walked outside and saw a digital clock on the street that said 3:45 and we went back in to let them know and they still turned us away. We never make a practice of going to places late, but the Museum sign says 9:30 until 4:00 and no where does it say tours end at 3:45pm. My kids were so devastated. The gentleman working inside told us(disrespectively) to go to the one in Florida which is inconviently hours from our home and hours from where we're staying now. We are so disappointed !!!
  • Definitely not big enough for what I would have liked it to be, but very educational and a great way to kill 20 minutes in the area. Educational video, free "bag of money" and some nice information around the little area. Learn a lot, but not a place to plan the day around by any means.
  • They give you a free bag of shredded money. Have interactive things to do. There is a movie that explains the function of the federal reserve bank system..
  • It was nice but a little small. Don't make it a day just to go there.