Gold Bar
Could you lift nearly 400 troy ounces? You'll have a chance to find out through this exhibit, which lets visitors try their hand at lifting a solid gold bar.

On display at the Money Museum is a unique gold bar weighing 389.27 troy ounces that was cast at the San Francisco Mint in 1959. The bar is worth about $400,000 today and is one of many that once filled the vault at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.

While the bar's weight remains constant, its value changes every day. A screen near the bar calculates its value based on the changing market price of gold.
Saint-Gaudens $20 Double Eagle

Planning a Visit to the Money Museum?
Admission and parking are free, and all ages are welcome. Read our visitor information page for important details about visiting the Money Museum.

To schedule a guided tour, a workshop or a presentation, use our tour registration page.