08:30AM - 05:00PM
The Money Museum invites you to “stand in the shadow of one million dollars.” Home of a giant, acrylic, money stuffed cube, this bizarre little museum, nestled inside the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago at the corner of LaSalle and Jackson, houses currency-related specimens from quirky to downright rare. The out-of-circulation currency exhibit displays a $10,000 bill, and you can test your prowess at identifying fake bills at the counterfeit exhibit. The free, daily tour (1:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays) is the best way to experience this museum, but you can go anytime during open hours. Heads up though––this is a government building so bring your I.D.! Don't leave without getting some shredded cash.