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Economy Museum Virtual Tour

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Come explore the museum from wherever you are! This full-length guided video tour of the museum allows you to see exhibits and watch videos previously available only within the museum. It’s a perfect virtual tour for students – especially those in middle and high school – as well for adults looking to explore the museum. FUN FACTS: -The Bank’s vault door weighs 45 tons. -There are more than 7 million pennies, or 1 cent coins, made each year. -Our gold bar weighs just under 28 pounds. TEACHERS: Coming soon! Assign this virtual field trip to your elementary, middle and high school students using our free teacher portal: www.econlowdown.org. It’s the perfect tour for distance learning. After each segment (four total), students will take a quiz to test their knowledge. MORE INFO:

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Come explore the museum from wherever you are! This full-length guided video tour of the museum allows you to see exhibits and watch videos previously available only within the museum. It’s a perfect virtual tour for students – especially those in middle and high school – as well for adults looking to explore the museum. FUN FACTS: -The Bank’s vault door weighs 45 tons. -There are more than 7 million pennies, or 1 cent coins, made each year. -Our gold bar weighs just under 28 pounds. TEACHERS: Coming soon! Assign this virtual field trip to your elementary, middle and high school students using our free teacher portal: www.econlowdown.org. It’s the perfect tour for distance learning. After each segment (four total), students will take a quiz to test their knowledge. MORE INFO: https://www.stlouisfed.org/inside-the-economy-museum Economy Museum Virtual Tour
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