The Minneapolis Fed’s tour program is temporarily suspended due to COVID-19 precautions.
Learn more about the Ninth District and get an up-close look at Aldo Moroni’s sculptural mural that hangs in the Minneapolis Fed lobby through our Traveling the Ninth video series.
General Tour Information
Experience the priceless opportunity to learn about the nation’s central bank and financial system. Observe how U.S. currency makes its way to your local bank. Find out what it means when the media says the Fed is setting interest rates. Discover how the work of the Federal Reserve affects you. Accompany a Reserve Bank employee on a free 75-minute walking tour of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis to learn about:
- The history and structure of the Fed
- The dual mandate from Congress of maximum employment and price stability
- Monetary policy tools used to influence available money and credit in order to maintain a healthy economy
- Regulatory and supervisory authority of financial institutions that promote a stable financial system
- Banking services to financial institutions and the federal government
For more information about available tours and to register for an upcoming tour, please select the appropriate tour type below.
Free guided tours for school, community, professional, and social groups of 10 to 50 are available Monday through Friday at select times during business hours with advance registration.
Free guided tours for individuals and families are available at select times during business hours with advance registration.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a free tour of our Helena, Mont., Branch.