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United States Mint

Regierungsgebäude, Denkmal / Wahrzeichen und Historischer Ort
Center City East, Philadelphia
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  • Thomas L.
    Thomas L.August 10, 2017
    A really cool museum - it exceeded my expectations. Educational and fun.
  • James C.
    James CApril 11, 2015
    Free admission and one of the best experiences in Philadelphia.
  • Meraki
    MerakiOktober 6, 2014
    You must bring 2 forms of ID. No photography or you will detained. If the homeland security level goes up to orange the tour will be over immediately.
  • Tom S.
    Tom ShakelyAugust 27, 2014
    An architecturally hideous scar on the face of Independence Mall, located near the Quakers and Benjamin Franklin's gravesite. Destroys a city block at the sidewalk level with blank concrete walls.
  • Gaudiness
    GaudinessAugust 16, 2014
    No photos please ❤️ but great time !
  • visitPA
    visitPAJuly 16, 2014
    At the U.S. Mint, visitors can watch from 40 feet above the factory floor as large coils of copper and nickel are fed through presses to produce one million coins in just 30 minutes
  • visitPA
    visitPAJuly 15, 2014
    At the U.S. Mint, visitors can watch from 40 feet above the factory floor as large coils of copper and nickel are fed through presses to produce one million coins in just 30 minutes
  • visitPA
    visitPAJuly 14, 2014
    At the U.S. Mint, you can now watch from 40 feet above the factory floor as large coils of copper and nickel are fed through presses to produce one million coins in just 30 minutes.
  • Rodrigo V.
    Rodrigo VeraMärz 18, 2014
    The free self-guided was tour was well worth my trip to the city. The building is conveniently located in the heart of the city. Gift shop could have more of a variety of uncirculated coins to sell.
    Aug 11 positiv bewertet
  • William
    WilliamAugust 20, 2013
    No pix please
  • Julia P.
    Julia PileAugust 2, 2013
    To cut costs, they may not run on Fridays.
  • Missy N.
    Missy NarkiewiczJuly 26, 2013
    They work Monday thru Thursday so if you want to see the whole place working plan to go on those days. They only do Pennies on Fridays.
  • Kristen S.
    Kristen SweeneyFebruar 18, 2013
    Not interested in money? Go see Peter the Mint Eagle, who lived at the Philadelphia Mint from 1830 to 1836 before his tragic death at the hands of a coining press.
  • Kristen S.
    Kristen SweeneyFebruar 18, 2013
    Learn lots of cool facts about everybody's favorite thing: money.
  • April
    AprilSeptember 20, 2012
    Cool tour if you like the mechanics of coins! We read all the signs. Glad we didn't skip this as some suggested. May not impress you if you need bells and whistles on your entertainment. Loved it!
  • Tim H.
    Tim HurstJuly 5, 2012
    this place is money
  • Visit Philly
    Visit PhillyMai 1, 2012
    The PHLASH trolley runs Fri, Sat & Sun from 10-6 pm May-October 28, 2012. Just head to stops 2 or 18, buy a $2 ticket & you'll be on your way to seeing more of Philadelphia's attractions and museums. Mehr erfahren
  • Whitney A.
    Whitney AlexanderJanuar 14, 2012
    Great place to make some money.
  • Keith C.
    Keith CourtneyOktober 27, 2011
    Don't plan on spending too much time here. This is more of a free quick stop to see how the money is made and take a look at some of the cool coins on the second floor.
  • Steve A.
    Steve ArzeSeptember 30, 2011
    Tour is being updated -planned for summer 2012. Poor quality now.
  • Natalie J.
    Natalie JezowskiMärz 8, 2011
    Watch workers make coins from a distance. If you like history/ in the area, this is a quick stop, and free. Bring photo ID. Thought I'd see more but the lobby/ 2nd mid-way floor is pretty interesting
  • US National Archives
    US National ArchivesFebruar 1, 2011
    In August 1799, the U.S. Mint employees swore to return to work once the Yellow Fever epidemic abated. That was late fall 1799 – some 4 months later.
  • Anu A.
    Anu Athavale DeodharNovember 24, 2010
    teenage memories 2
  • Rick M.
    Rick MillerOktober 1, 2010
    Lobby area was the most interesting
  • Laura M.
    Laura MichaelOktober 1, 2010
    Free "tour" was ok. We learned after anout 5 mins to skip the history stuff... we just wanted to see how the money is made! =D
  • Zach G.
    Zach GalifianakisAugust 26, 2010
    Schon mehr als 10 Mal hier gewesen
    The tour, while free, is really lacking.You hardly get to see any of the cool automation going on inside. history can also be cool, but not as cool as freakin robots! get what u pay for.
  • Jeffery G.
    Jeffery GilbertMai 24, 2010
    Schon mehr als 50 Mal hier gewesen
    The public tour is free, you just need to present a photo id. By federal law, no taking photographs inside! Mehr erfahren
  • Carla B.
    Carla BobkaMärz 25, 2010
    7 priceless Tiffany windows in the lobby.
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