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My husband and I did the self-guided tour, Movement of Money. It is very well done and includes several interactive displays. Lots of good information, plus you get a bag of shredded money. Very nice staff!
Firstly I did not know that you could visit here I thought it would be a closed government facility however once you clear airport style security it’s free to enter
There is a small but excellent exhibition on how the US Financial System works and...More
We were on a hop on hop off bus and the guide recommended this place for us to visit. We are so glad she did! It had an exhibit there that will be there for awhile and it was very informative and had a few...More
A combination of admission and free attractions help to make a vacation affordable and while there are plenty of places you will want to spend your money in Philadelphia, this is one of the free gems that will help you balance the budget. Anyone planning...More
The evening news often wonders whether the Federal Reserve in Washington will, or will not, raise interest rates. I wanted to know how our contemporary monetary system evolved and decided to visit “Money in Motion,” a permanent exhibit at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia,...More
If your visiting Philadelphia's Historic District be sure to stop in and see the Federal Reserve Bank exhibit, "Money in Motion". Its self guided, easy to follow and Free. We were there in the early part of April and they even gave each of us...More
Again, lots of security to get in. Third time patted down today!!! ha ha. Informative, interesting, really a self guided tour. Some of it a bit silly. Question and answer places as you walk around. Something to do for sure while walking a big tour...More
I wouldn't have thought of visiting the federal reserve bank but it was my son wanted to. It's a federal bank so you have to go through a TSA type screening to get in but then once you do; you are treated to a very,...More
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...More
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...More