Federal Reserve Bank
33 Liberty Street
44 Maiden Lane (Visitor Entrance)
New York, NY 10045
(212) 720-6130

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The Federal Reserve Bank has something that everyone wants, and plenty of it -- money! A Guided Tour includes admission to the Museum and a visit to the Gold Vault housing over 7,000 tons of international monetary gold.

FedWorks is a permanent interactive, multimedia exhibit at the Museum, and here visitors learn about the central banking functions of the Federal Reserve System.

An interesting tour for individuals, it is also educational and entertaining for organized groups of all types, including school groups. The tour provides an overview of the Bank's operations.

Participants must be at least 16 years old or juniors in high school, and each group of nine students must be accompanied by an adult.

In addition to the tour, a Group can arrange a one-hour lecture about the Federal Reserve System.

Self-Guided visits take in the Museum, but not the Gold Vault.

Naturally, the tours and visits are very popular. Individuals and groups should schedule either well in advance, though less advance time is required for the Self-Guided visits.

A group consists of 15 - 25 people.

Guided Tours Monday - Friday, except on bank holidays, 10am through 2pm. 3:00pm. Reservations are required for all tours. The Museum is open from 10am - 3pm.
Self-Guided Visits Monday - Friday, except on bank holidays, 10am through 3pm on the hour.
Admission: FREE to individuals and groups.
Reservations: Individuals and small groups should make reservations at least a month in advance. Large groups at least three months, four is better. Reservations can be made online at the official website, linked above.
Lunch: Nearby restaurants and fast food.
Handicapped Access: Accessible.
Directions: Located at Liberty St. between Nassau and William. 45 minutes from the George Washington Bridge.

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