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Money Museum

The Money Museum is a museum of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
The Money Museum is a museum of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City


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Admission and parking are free, and all ages are welcome.

Self-guided visits of the Money Museum

Reservations aren’t required to visit the Money Museum. Opening hours are 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. weekdays, excluding Bank holidays. 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 questions about the Money Museum or the Federal Reserve. Photography is permitted but photographs of security equipment, staff members (including Protection Officers) or Cash/Vault operations are prohibited.

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

Guided Tours of the Money Museum

Guided tours are available to groups of 12 or more, and require 15-day advance registration. Student groups should be 5th grade and above.


1 Memorial Dr, Kansas City, MO 64108; The Kansas City Fed is at 1 Memorial Drive, located on the west side of Main Street and south of the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri.


GPS Coordinates

1 -- Money Museum
Decimal Lat: 39.0777180343866 / Lon: -94.5849177986383



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