33 Liberty Street New York, NY 10045-0001
The Federal Reserve Bank of the United States is located in New York City, close to Wall Street. The Bank is not an institution that is open to tourists, but if you plan your visit in advance, you can get to three interesting tours.
The New York Fed and the Federal Reserve System Guided Tour
Learn about the role of the New York Fed and the wider Federal Reserve System in setting monetary policy, promoting financial stability, and serving communities to advance economic growth.
FedWorks: Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve System
Learn about the central banking functions of the Federal Reserve System through an interactive, multimedia exhibit that allows visitors to participate in a monetary policy simulation and to learn about the Fed’s role in the economy.
Drachmas, Doubloons and Dollars: The History of Money
Trace the history of shells, coins and paper money across the continents and through three millennia with more than 800 examples from the noted collection of exhibit co-sponsor, the American Numismatic Society.
Tours are free of charge, but they should always be booked online in advance. Schedule and booking is available online.