Illinois Has An Entire Museum Dedicated To Money And It’s As Awesome As You’d Think
By Christy Articola|Published May 30, 2022
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If you’re looking for something fun and different to do in Chicago, then you might consider spending an hour or so at The Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. This museum aims to educate visitors about American currency and its history. You’ll find it in The Loop, the central downtown area of Chicago; it’s near many other popular attractions and it’s easy to add to your trip itinerary. Read on to learn more…
The Money Museum at the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank is a quick but enjoyable stop. When you depart, you will have learned some interesting facts and you will have some fun pictures to share with your friends. And, you’ll probably think a bit more about the bills and change in your wallet next time you pay for a snack, too.
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