This little historical center in the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago is a good time for a snappy peruse. The best shows incorporate a monster glass block loaded down with 1,000,000 $1 notes (they weigh 2000lb) and a fake presentation separating genuine bills from fakes. Realize why we call $1000 a ‘stupendous’; get familiar with Alexander Hamilton and his production of another country’s monetary foundation, and snap a sweet photograph grasping the million-dollar-stuffed satchel.
You’ll additionally get a free pack of destroyed cash to bring home. The historical center is a school-bunch top choice. At 1 pm there’s a 45-minute guided visit. At the point when you enter the structure, search for the ‘Cash Museum’ sign; you’ll need to show a picture ID and experience a metal identifier.