I love the design of the buildings, it's beautiful. I'm not sure there's a tour for here, but from the outside it is very beautiful. Definitely deserve a mention.
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This is walk by building unless you make arrangements for a visit through your Congressional offices. Don’t confuse this with the Bureau of Engraving where you can see money being printed. Standing guard in front of the Treasury is Albert Gallatin, the 4th Secretary of...More
In the United States Department of the Treasury the tourist can only see the outside of the building but that is enough to enjoy it.
As fans of the musical Hamilton, seeing the statue of him in front of the Treasury seemed like an easy, quick way to see one of the Hamilton things in DC. However, the area is gated off, so good luck seeing much. Sounds like tours...More
I found this tour very interesting. Just seeing pallets of money stacked up was quite a treat. You get a narrated tour that I found quite informative.
Okay I needed to write this because people need to know. I lived in VA for 20 years and have been to DC about 30 times. The mint tour is only available Monday through Friday and not on holidays. Most tourists are there on the...More
For this attraction we had to go to the ticket booth to get tickets, even though they are free. The earlier you go the better, however we went at around 10a and got tickets for 1pm. The tour was very informative. We were able to...More
A beautiful huge national landmark. It's where the financial life of United States of America resides. Great architectural just right next to the white house. In front you will notice a bronze statue of Mr. Alexander Hamilton the first treasurer. A must see when in...More
Contact your congressman or senator in advance for a specially guided tour or join a routine tour, but each one is a fascinating look at how our currency is designed, printed and managed. Gift shop at the end where you can purchase special proof sets,...More
What you see is so limited and with a large group it even harder to see when they make you stand in 2 rows. The way the tour is designed it is hard to hear what the tour guide was saying. Our tour guide used...More