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  • The Fed Experience

    1 of 4 Participate in activities that illustrate key economic concepts

  • The Fed Experience

    2 of 4 Learn about the history and role of the Federal Reserve

  • The Fed Experience

    3 of 4 Discover your connection to the economy

  • The Fed Experience

    4 of 4 Explore the U.S. economy over time and defining moments in history

The health and safety of our employees and everyone who visits the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is our highest priority. As part of our pandemic response to coronavirus (COVID-19), and out of an abundance of caution, The Fed Experience museum will be closed until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience and will provide more information about reopening the exhibit in the weeks ahead.

Learn About the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Learn about the economy and the Federal Reserve at our museum, The Fed Experience, located in downtown Richmond, Virginia. The Fed Experience is not only a field trip destination for school groups, but an educational opportunity for business, civic and other groups. Schedule a visit for your group today!

Baltimore and Charlotte locations

We do not have onsite museums and tours in Baltimore and Charlotte, but we do offer a one-hour interactive presentation to engage your students in learning about the Federal Reserve. Email our Education Department for available dates and times.

phone Contact Us

The Fed Experience (804) 697-8110

Reservations

The health and safety of our employees and everyone who visits the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is our highest priority. As part of our pandemic response to coronavirus (COVID-19), and out of an abundance of caution, The Fed Experience museum will be closed until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience and will provide more information about reopening the exhibit in the weeks ahead.

Map showing location of The Fed Experience

Location

701 E. Byrd Street, Richmond, VA 23219

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