New Museum a Shrine to Filthy Rich

Wall Street Museum's Gift Shop Includes $120,000 Sofa Made Out of Nickels

January 10, 2008

ABC News, By Scott Mayerowitz

To put it simply, this is a place for those who like money. But the general public can also learn about how the markets work and have evolved, and trace the history of America's currency from the barter of beaver pelts to individual state currencies to the modern dollar. There is even a small display on the current subprime mortgage crisis.