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Economy Museum Virtual Tour, Part 1 | Step Inside the Fed

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#virtualfieldtrip #virtualtour #museum #museumfromhome Families and kids, have you ever been inside a Federal Reserve building? Your virtual tour guides — Tom, Andrew & Matuschka — will take you inside the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the historic former teller lobby! The St. Louis Fed is one 12 regional Reserve banks. We serve all or parts of seven Midwestern states and have branches in Little Rock, Louisville and Memphis. Our district, the Eighth Federal Reserve District, is home to industries including transportation, medicine, biotechnology and finance—along with lots of startups and small businesses. FUN FACTS: -The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis’ current building opened in 1925. -The Fed shreds bills that are deemed no longer fit for circulation, and most shreds

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#virtualfieldtrip #virtualtour #museum #museumfromhome Families and kids, have you ever been inside a Federal Reserve building? Your virtual tour guides — Tom, Andrew & Matuschka — will take you inside the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the historic former teller lobby! The St. Louis Fed is one 12 regional Reserve banks. We serve all or parts of seven Midwestern states and have branches in Little Rock, Louisville and Memphis. Our district, the Eighth Federal Reserve District, is home to industries including transportation, medicine, biotechnology and finance—along with lots of startups and small businesses. FUN FACTS: -The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis’ current building opened in 1925. -The Fed shreds bills that are deemed no longer fit for circulation, and most shreds are composted.-The Bank’s vault door weighs 45 tons. 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. This segment is titled “Step Inside the Fed.” MORE INFO: https://www.stlouisfed.org/inside-the-economy-museum Economy Museum Virtual Tour, Part 1 | Step Inside the Fed
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The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis is the center of the Eighth District of the Federal Reserve System. This District includes Arkansas, eastern Missouri, southern Illinois and Indiana, western Kentucky and Tennessee, and northern Mississippi.

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