Museum of American Finance

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Details
48 Wall St (at William St)
New York, NY 10005
(212) 908-4110
History Museum
Hours
Tue–Sat: 10:00 AM–4:00 PM

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  • Museum admission is free on weekdays from 10-11am!
  • Before One Wall Street, this was the HQ of The Bank of New York. MoAF took over, opening on the ground-floor space in 2008 and becoming the second tenant in that spot in the buildings history.
  • Try your skills using a Bloomberg terminal
  • This hidden museum has everything you'll need to know about finance to start on Wall St.! Well, not that much. But you can also talk a walking tour of the financial district!
  • This Smithsonian Affiliates current location at 48 Wall Street was once the site of New Yorks first bank, the Bank of New York, founded by Alexander Hamilton in 1784. (From Aerial America)
  • In the Financial Markets exhibition, visitors can experience what it feels like to be on the floor of one of New York's financial exchanges.
  • closed Sundays & Mondays
  • The Bank of New York at 48 Wall Street was founded by Alexander Hamilton and several prominent New York businessmen on February 24, 1784. The marble + brass adorned banking hall serves as MoAF's home.
  • Small but one of the best displays of history in New York. Really extensive history exhibits cheap and fun.
  • Father's Day special!!! Free admission... Holla! I'm all about financial crime, chicanery and corruption that rocked America!
  • Meir Ezra: From Fear to Financial Independence
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  • Very interesting exhibition of finance! Different from other museums!
  • Pretty kewl museum about history of money and capitalism, worth it for a few hours
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  • If you come after the floor has been used for an event, you'll get free admission while they haven't got it all set back up again. You can still see most of it too.
  • Good! Very illustrative!