“The Fed at 100” includes a unique visitor experience that provides a firsthand view of the Fed’s inner workings and position within the federal government. Visitors are invited to enter and explore the offices of four people who represent critical roles in designing policy and overseeing the central bank: the Chairman of the Board of Governors; a Reserve Bank president; a research assistant; and the Chairman of the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee. Discover what the Fed does, what happened when the nation had no central bank and why the Fed has long been a subject of discussion and debate in our nation's history.
Please note: This gallery will be closing on March 27 to make room for a new exhibit, "Legal Tender." The rest of the "Fed at 100" will remain on view.
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