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The Edward C. Rochette Money Museum

Culture  •  Science  •  History  •  Art

Through the discovery of money, America’s largest museum dedicated to numismatics brings culture to life. The museum explores art, history, science and much more to promote the diverse nature of money and related items.

The museum includes exhibits in three main galleries, where visitors can find spectacular rarities and learn about the history of our nation and the world as seen through money.


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Museum Exhibits & Attractions


wwi museum rectange World War I Exhibit

The exhibit showcases coins and paper money from combatant nations, art medals and military decorations, as well as weapons and uniforms to illustrate the events and effects of World War I politically, economically and socially. Exhibit closes 12/29.

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History of Money

Learn more about the amazing evolution of currency, and how modern notions of money came to be.

EXPLORE



Harry W. Bass Gallery

The Harry W. Bass Gallery features one of the most complete U.S. gold coin collections ever assembled, including many one-of-a-kind specimens.

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The Mini Mint

See the Money Museum's Mini Mint and learn how coins were made from the early 1500s to 1800s.

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museum upcoming exhibits events Upcoming Exhibits & Events

Learn about new exhibits and upcoming events at the Money Museum. 

More information coming soon.

Kids Zone

Through fun activities, interactive exhibits and FREE classes, children can learn basic and advanced concepts about money.

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Free admission for students, teachers and chaperones, plus reimbursement to the school district for school bus rental fees.

PLAN YOUR CLASS TRIP

Explore the Money Museum Online


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Explore virtual exhibits and tours, including our immersive Money of the Civil War tour and the Bebee Collection.

EXPLORE THE MUSEUM



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Experience the ANA Money Museum in 360° from your desktop or VR headset. Explore exhibits and examine pieces up-close and in great detail!

TAKE THE TOUR
Museum Blog

Tales from the Vault highlight the lesser-known parts of the ANA collection, featuring stories about individual objects or groups of objects that do not often (or ever) see the light of day.

ENTER THE VAULT
Online Collection (Members Only)

Search the Money Museum's extensive database and online catalog of collections and images.

EXPLORE COLLECTION
Edward C. Rochette

The ANA Money Museum was named in the honor of Mr. Rochette, a lifelong collector who devoted nearly all his adult life to ANA service.

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Money Museum Donations

Interested in donating to the ANA Museum? We accept donations of all types of objects related to numismatics.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

ADMISSION FEES

  • ANA Members - Free
  • General Admission - $8
  • Seniors (55+) - $6
  • Military and Students (with ID) - $6
  • Groups of 8 or more - $5 per person
  • School Groups & Kids 12 and under - Free
  • Colorado College Students, Faculty & Staff (with ID) - Free

Admission is free for everyone the 3rd Saturday of every month!

Click here to find more Museum Admission Specials

Holiday Closures:

  • July 4

  • November 22-24

  • December 14

  • December 24-25

  • December 31-January 1

GUIDED TOURS

Guided tours of the museum are available by reservation only.

To schedule a tour for a group of 8 or more, please call a week or more in advance.

For more information call (719) 482-9834

360° VR TOUR

Experience the ANA Money Museum from your desktop or VR headset. Explore exhibits and examine pieces up-close and in great detail.


LOCATION AND HOURS

818 N. Cascade Avenue

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

On the Colorado College campus, adjacent to the Fine Arts Center


Tuesday-Saturday 10:30am-5pm

Closed Sunday & Monday


PARKING

Parking is available in the lot on the north side of the Money Museum building.






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