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Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and Money Museum


230 S. LaSalle St.




Sat, Oct 13: 9am - 4:45pm

Sun, Oct 14: 9am - 4:45pm

Family Friendly Photography Permitted Long Lines Wheelchair Accessible Washrooms Available


Graham, Anderson, Probst and White, 1922



The Chicago Fed is one of 12 regional Reserve Banks that—together with the Board of Governors—make up the Federal Reserve System, our nation's central bank. One of its many responsibilities is making sure that there is sufficient supply of U.S. currency in good condition. They oversee the Seventh Federal Reserve District, which includes all of Iowa and parts of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan. The building's most recent renovation, started in 1986, upgraded its existing 820,000 square feet and included a 165,000-square-foot, 14-story addition. The Money Museum, on the first floor, opened to visitors in 2001.

Behind the Scenes

Visit the Money Museum and peek inside the Great Hall, which is not normally open to the public. All visitors subject to security check.

Snapchat Geofilter

This OHC site has a specially-designed Snapchat geofilter. To use the geofilter, take a photo or video with the Snapchat app with location services enabled, then swipe right through the Snap preview screen to select the #OHC2018 geofilter.