Take a step back in time and see how prices have changed. How much did milk cost when you were young?

In this exhibit, on display at the Kansas City Fed's Money Museum, you can learn more about inflation and its impact on your daily life.

Inflation is the general rise of prices over time, and that rise can impact our purchasing power. The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, alongside the Board of Governors and the other 11 Regional Reserve Banks, work together to ensure that prices are stable, and the economy is strong. While at the Money Museum, you can take leap back in time and see how prices has changed since you were young- cars, houses, clothes, and yes, even milk, have increased in price over the past few decades.

To learn more about how the 10th District works to ensure stability in our economy, or to learn about our Economic Research, visit our External LinkResearch page.