We were in Philadelphia for 5 days, and while walking around downtown on Saturday, we saw the Federal Reserve Bank, with a sign to come in and see the Money in Motion exhibit. It was free, so I joked that maybe they'll give us free...更多
A short, self-guided exhibit. But informative and free (and out of the heat, and they have bathrooms!) Nice look at the different currency and coinage from days gone by. Machine to get a commemorative state quarter was not working. Obviously there's security and metal detectors...更多
We ended up taking this tour by accident (we were headed to the mint which is a block away and saw the money exhibit banners and went inside) and were glad we stopped in! You have to go through security but it was quick and...更多
this is a great stop on the way to Constitution Center, US Mint, etc. It probably takes 30 minutes to go through the exhibit and interactive sessions. You get some shredded money as souvenir, admission is free. Great place to cool off from the summer...更多
You must go through security to get in the building. We were greeted and given a small bag of shredded money and a pamphlet regarding the exhibit. Nice memento! The exhibit is interactive and tests your knowledge of the American banking system. Pity that they...更多
Almost as soon as you walk in, the staff gives you a bag of about $100 worth of shredded bills. Makes a great gift and souvenir. My kids really enjoyed (and so did adults) some of these exhibits on money. Like simulating bank payments (how...更多
There is an area of the lobby set aside with interactive exhibits. You do get a bag of shredded money which is fun. If you are interested in banking and how the government influences the banks, this is a good experience.
I think kids would...更多