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Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Philadelphia

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3.6/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
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  • Interesting exhibits of money and has interactive trivia/quiz game. Some of the interesting exhibits include colonial currency, very large denomination US bills, and a stack of more than &1 million in...  read more »
  • Free shredded money as you go into the exhibit in the lobby. Very informative and interesting display. Some interactive parts to keep the kids interested. 
  • Give it a visit if you are in the area. Very informative, free and you get a free bag of shredded money. Definitely go not just because of the free gift but because it's really interesting. 
  • The money museum is fun. A good history of American currency and banking. Between this and the US Mint a fee blocks East, you could learn a ton in one day.
  • Visiting from UK and found this place fascinating, history of America and its finance. Good for the whole family. The 'money in motion tour' is well worth it and free!
  • It was a informational and nice free museum of U.S. money. Also, I liked the bag of shreaded money
  • Good museum
  • This should never have been
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