The Fed Experience is an interactive exhibit that lets visitors explore their connection to the economy. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
Educational tours are currently available in the Richmond and Baltimore offices. Tours in the Charlotte office are temporarily suspended and expected to resume in the fall of 2012. Economic education staff are also available for teacher in-service days or other staff development events. Resources are also available for bankers who plan to work with K-12 students.
Richmond – The Fed Experience is an interactive, multimedia exhibit that lets visitors explore their connection to the economy, the growth of living standards and the Federal Reserve's role. The Fed Experience is open to the public and there is no charge to visit. To schedule a visit or learn more, please visit www.thefedexperience.org. The remainder of the building is not open for public tours.
Baltimore - The Baltimore Branch tour program offers a variety of activities to complement high school through college curricula. Each lesson is specifically designed to highlight key economic and financial literacy concepts in an engaging and interactive way. Tours include an overview of cash operations and are available to secondary and post-secondary students, free of charge. For more information, please call (410) 576-3441.
Charlotte – The Charlotte Branch offers group tours Tuesday through Thursday at 9:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. based on availability. Tours include an overview of the Federal Reserve System’s roles and responsibilities and are available to secondary and post-secondary students, community and business organizations with a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 25 attendees. For more information, please call (704) 358-2495.
To learn more about inviting someone from the Richmond Fed to speak or demonstrate lessons at your next staff development event, contact us.
Are you visiting a classroom or expecting students to tour your bank? Take advantage of our free resources to help teach students about money, banking and financial literacy.