Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln-they pass through here almost every other day. They're here on official visit of course ... More
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln-they pass through here almost every other day. They're here on official visit of course but one can pass through here as a visitor too. One of only two birthplaces of American currency, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing conduct guided tours, giving one a peek into the intricacies that go into the money printing process. The facility also has a gallery/museum and three exhibits that are live demonstrations. The tours are also conducted in American Sign Language and Spanish. Audio description facilities are also provided for the visually impaired.
Interesting and informative. Lots of hands on exhibits, museum feel with a guided tour. Kid friendly. Most of the tour was closed due to the 100 dollar bill. Was told to come back in late May for the BIG reveal. The gift shop was cool. Kids enjoyed seeing the money being made, so did I.
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