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Broadmoor Resort | Colorado Springs, CO

March 14-16, 2024 – View $MILLIONS$ in rare coins and numismatic treasures. Buy, sell and trade with hundreds of coin dealers, attend lectures and presentations from noted numismatists, and find out what your old coins may be worth!

Show Hours

Thursday – Friday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. | Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

*Last admission 30 minutes prior to closing.

Admission Information


Please note: Valid photo ID required ages 18+.

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Lodging Information

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Shuttles and Parking
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Official Show Guide

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Events & Attractions

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Schedule at a Glance

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Collector Exhibits

Open during public hours in Ballroom A, the Collector Exhibits at the ANA’s National Money Show is one of the best attended parts of the convention. Members share their knowledge, research, creativity, and collections with fellow members and the general public by preparing and displaying numismatic exhibits.

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Short Snorter Display

A 64-foot-long display of “short snorter” banknotes autographed by World War II-era dignitaries will be on display during the National Money Show. The exhibit, courtesy of the nonprofit Short Snorter Project, features over 1,300 signatures, including hundreds of VIPs, generals, admirals, presidents, prime ministers and ambassadors.

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Museum Gallery Reception

Join us for the unveiling of the exciting new Edward C. Rochette Money Museum exhibit in the Americana Gallery; during a special reception Thursday, March 14, 6-7:30 p.m.

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Ernie’s Treasure Treehouse

At Ernie’s Treasure Treehouse, kids attending the show will have the opportunity to play games and earn Hoot Loot to spend on numismatic items of their choice. Prizes that can be bought with Hoot Loot include Liberty Head nickels, Indian Head cents, Japanese Occupation notes, National Parks Quarter albums, Mint sets, piggy banks, Mint trading cards, tokens, farthings, elongated coins and more!

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Learning Opportunities

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Technical Series Seminars

Don’t miss your chance to learn from these two-day seminars taught by top experts!

Fundamentals of Grading U.S. Coins Seminar

Counterfeit Detection of U.S. Coins with Emphasis on Chinese-Made Fakes Seminar

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Money Talks

Money Talks provide members a forum in which to share their views and research with fellow hobbyists. The numismatic lectures are presented each year at ANA conventions and are free to attend. Presentations are 30 to 45-minute programs, including questions from the audience.

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Young Collectors Corner

Are you interested in collecting coins, currency, or learning about money? Are you a Scout looking to earn your Coin Collecting Merit Badge or Fun With Money Patch? Young people between the ages of 5 and 17 are invited to learn about the fun hobby of coin collecting during this FREE workshop.

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Dealer Resources

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PDF Floor Plan
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Collectors and dealers are often contacted by unauthorized “service providers” offering to sell or reserve hotel rooms for convention attendees. Please know that the ANA does not work with third-party vendors. Ignore unsolicited attempts to book you a hotel room; these are scams. Other scams offer to sell you a list of convention attendees, offer expo services, or pitch online directories. The ANA never sells or shares the names of its members, convention attendees or exhibitors with any third party. Don’t engage with them.

Show Photography and Videography Policy

All programs and events sponsored by the American Numismatic Association (ANA) at the National Money Show are the exclusive property of the Association. No one is permitted to record or reproduce such events, orally or visually, by digital recording, videotape recording, audio cassette recording, or by any other means for commercial purposes without the express consent of the ANA. No exhibit, performance or event presented at a National Money Show shall be photographed, videotaped, broadcast or recorded for commercial use or sale without the express consent of the ANA. This rule does not prohibit videotaping or other visual or oral recordings by an exhibitor at an ANA show made entirely within the booth space leased by that exhibitor.

Private, non-commercial photography and videography for personal use by visitors, exhibitors and vendors/dealers will be permitted in some areas of the convention hall and meeting rooms with the permission of those being photographed or videoed and/or permission of the dealer or exhibitor whose items are the subjects of the photo or video.

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