Federal Reserve Bank Money Museum

Looking for someplace different to take visiting family for an afternoon? How about a museum of money?

The Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is a unique experience offering a free, up-close look of the nation’s financial system in action. You’ll also be able to take a peek into one of the region’s largest cash vaults, give the nation’s currency your own redesign and view the famous Truman Coin Collection, which includes coins from each U.S. presidential administration.

As the nation’s central bank, the Federal Reserve is a vital part of what makes the economy work. At the Money Museum, you can learn more about the Fed through interactive exhibits that explore banking, how people pay for things and how monetary policy decisions impact your family’s bottom line.

Reservations aren’t required to visit the Money Museum. The free, walk-in experience allows you to see our interactive exhibits, millions of dollars in the region’s largest cash vault and design your own digital currency, complete with your photo. Exhibits appeal to all ages.

Staff is available to answer your questions about the Money Museum or the Federal Reserve.

Hours are 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. weekdays, excluding Bank holidays. Admission and parking are free.

For walk-in groups of 20 or more, please contact the Money Museum prior to your arrival so we may best accommodate your visit.

The Money Museum
1 Memorial Drive
Kansas City, MO 64198

Note: there are certain security rules in place, including identification requirements for those 18 and older. Review them in advance to avoid an unpleasant surprise.

The exhibits should address one or more requirements for Money Management, especially for Pioneers and Patriots.

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