The Denver Money Museum is temporarily closed.

Denver Money Museum

The Denver Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Money Museum is currently closed for visitors and tours during construction. Check out our online exhibitions to learn more about the Federal Reserve and the history of coin and currency around the world.

The Denver Money Museum is temporarily closed.

Hours: Closed

Location: Denver Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

1020 16th Street Denver, CO 80202 (Entrance on Curtis Street)

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A free, self-guided experience


The Money Museum is located next to the 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver. Metered street parking is located near the entrance on Curtis Street, or public garages can be found nearby on 16th and Champa Street.

Accessible for all guests

We strive to offer the best experience for all our guests. View the Money Museum Accessibility Guide to view information about parking, entrance, screening, etc. For questions about any of our accessibility services, contact us at 816-881-2683 or


Contact the Money Museum staff at 816-881-2683 or email:

What to bring


Required for guests 18+. U.S. residents- state issued ID or passport. International guests- a valid passport


We love to see guests taking photos in our museum! But photos of our security equipment or personnel.


Weapons, including pocketknives and pepper spray, and Federally illegal substances are not allowed in the museum.

Virtual Exhibits

Adventure Capital: A Journey Across the Globe in Currency

Explore the history, culture, and landscapes of countries around the world through their currency.

Let Us Put Our Money Together: The Founding of America's First Black Banks

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Banking on Her: The History of Women at the Kansas City Fed

In memory of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, we celebrate the history of women who have served in the 10th District.

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