Excellent talk on the production of gold coins and competing mints. I understand Canada leads the way?
About Royal Canadian Mint
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Informative tour. 45 min tour of mint which was very detailed and educative. Unfortunate that, weekday or not, nothing was happening. Guide not sure where everyone was! FYI - this is mint is about collectors coins. Winnipeg for circulation coins. The bank or dealers for...More
I wish you could book a tour online, but you have to phone. It is very inexpensive and a great tour, it lasts about 45 minutes. Lots of good information and great gift shop. Beautiful historical building.
In a city with many charges in excess of $20 for tours or experiences, your well spent 6$ for this tour is well worth it. Learn about both the mint in Winnipeg for circulating coins as well as the mint here for collectable coins. We...More
We were visiting on a Sunday so full production was not in action for the collector or investment coins. Winnipeg is the main site for production of general usage. Reasonable entry fee. Our tour guide Matt was very well versed in the aspects of the...More
I had imagined that the Royal Canadian Mint was a factory churning out the coins we, as Canadians, use every day. Not so; it makes specific coins celebrating aspects of Canadian life and more importantly Investment coins, both in silver and gold. I throughly enjoyed...More
Reading the reviews, it appears that different guides gave different experiences. Unfortunately, for our tour, it appeared to me that the guide was someone who took the job but really wanted to be an actor/comedian. At each stop on the tour, there was a short...More
The tour is the mandatory way of seeing the mint, it is 45 minutes long and very informative. The tour begins and ends in the gift shop with collector coins and a large $750,000.00 dollar gold bar. Because everything starts and ends here, I wish...More