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United States Mint, Denver

Categories: Government Buildings, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
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  • My wife, 8 yr. old daughter and I visited the U.S. Mint on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016 for the 9:30 a.m. tour. I played the "stay up late" game exactly 30 days ahead of time in order to get reservations f...  read more »
  • The sign up to get on this free tour is almost like getting a golden ticket to the Wonka Factory (but as a secure Federal facility I get why!). If you can hang in there with their reservation system, ...  read more »
  • Just like most things it runs, the government manages to take a simple tour and act like it is a big inconvenience for them. You have to make advance reservations and the reservation system is often o...  read more »
  • I highly recommend members of our society to take the free tour of the United States Mint. Truly a fascinating place an old traditions of History and disregarding slavery 4 slavery is not permitted in any part of the Republic in any part of the world. Originally commissioned by the French Quarters in Louisiana lease of 6000 years under the jurisdiction of Spain and French territories with special amendments to the Native Americans. Please refer to the four quarters that make $1 to refer to the four corners of the partials of the states that have been commissioned through the Napoleonic code. Truly a magnificent place to work hope to have my office space there in the newly constructed outdoor Office Space that has been commissioned for myself Director of the Mint Commissioner of commissioned 50 states 6 regions of all Coinage. Blake Edward Westdyk
  • The tour was great and very informative. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and was able to answer all of the questions I had. Even the police officer that followed the tour was super friendly and even added facts that the tour guide didnt. I would definitely recommend this tour for anyone visiting the city.
  • It was a lot of fun... Not Six flags fun... But very interesting. The guide was knowledgeable and had some fun stories to tell. The early arrival is for real for security but they have an informative display to view so get there early to see it.
  • Enjoyed the tour. It is free, but reservations are required. Tour guide was funny and knowledgeable, and was great with the kids on the tour. Probably wouldn't have paid for it, but it was great for a free activity.
  • Opened in the mid-1800s as an Assay Office to change gold and silver found by miners. It wasn't until 1906 that the Denver facility began actually minting coins . #15 on The Best of Denver. The best places and must see venues in the Denver, Colorado Metro area.
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