“America in Circulation” features hundreds of beautiful and rare examples of American paper money, with touch screen stations to explore them in greater detail.
This gorgeously illustrated book features the family trees of the 50 largest US banks.
Located at 48 Wall Street in
a historic bank building, the
Museum is open to the public
Tuesday – Saturday, from
10 am – 4 pm. Please click here
for upcoming closings.
The Museum features permanent exhibits on the financial markets, money, banking, entrepreneurship and Alexander Hamilton, as well as a series of timely rotating exhibits.
Through the Center for Financial Education, the Museum offers classroom programs and tours for students in grades K through MBA level.
From our internationally-recognized magazine, Financial History, to our impressive collection of documents and artifacts, the Museum is a unique national resource dedicated to the history of finance.
Ian Klaus on "All Trades and Places knew some Cheat': Building Trust in a Free Market"
Friday, May 15, 201512:30 PM to 01:30 PM
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The Museum is a non-profit organization that depends on the support of corporations, foundations and people like you to preserve, exhibit and teach the public about finance and financial history.
The Museum Shop at the Museum of American Finance is the country's only finance-themed museum store. Every purchase in the Museum Shop helps support the Museum.
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