The Kids Zone at the Money Museum
Teaching kids about money the way they learn best: by doing and playing.
Through fun activities, interactive exhibits and FREE classes, children can pick up basic and advanced concepts — from how to make change to understanding monetary systems. The exhibits teach children about history, geography, trade, art, world cultures and more.
Be sure to sign up in advance — these events fill up quickly!
818 N. Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
On the Colorado College campus, adjacent to the Fine Arts Center
Parking is available in the lot on the north side of the Money Museum building.
2024 Kids Zone Class Schedule
Coin Collecting Basics
Do you want to learn how to be a great coin collector? This class will teach you some important information about how to become a numismatist, You’ll also learn about the different parts of a coin, advice for beginners, as well as how coins are made.
Penny Sorting Party
Did you know you can find real treasures in your own pocket change? We’ll show you how to unlock this potential by searching through bank-wrapped rolls of circulated U.S. cents. You’ll learn how to become a “coin hunter” and how to decide which coins are collectible or not.
National Money Show®
Children are invited and will be admitted for free (as well as parents) to the National Money Show at The Broadmoor Hotel on this date. Kids can participate in a variety of activities, including the Young Collectors Corner in the morning. Visit nationalmoneyshow.com for more details. No Kids Zone activities will take place at the Money Museum on this date.
100th Anniversary of National Coin Week
April 21st-April 27th, 2024 will mark the 100th anniversary of national coin week. Celebrated around the country, coin collectors share their passion and interest in the ever changing and growing hobby of numismatics. Join us to discover past themes and brainstorm new ideas.
Basic economic principles play huge roles in our lives every single day. Join us to explore how the money in your hands translates to larger economic influences.