Chicago Visitor Center is a free-for-all for visitors, with many different times and routes to match and choose.
In Chicago, the Federal Reserve Bank, a high-rise building, the entrance to the ground floor is decorated like a Greek temple. The museum is free, and the history of American coins is free.
A cool museum in the South Loop. They offer free admission and even a gift of shredded money at the end of your visit! Great photos, layout and history of money in the U.S.
Free admission, take back with you bag of shredded money :) and take a photos with you on $100 bill and with $1 mil. See also how big are $ 1 mill cubes created from diferrent bills. Interesting place.Located 230 S. La Salle St.
Like other Chicago Visitors Centers, you can get free brochures and coupons to check out.