What Gives Money Value?
Design of hands-on exhibits and learning center for museum focused on currency and cultural history
The Money Museum and Learning Center is located at the Federal Reserve Bank. Cambridge Seven Associates designed the hands-on exhibits and a learning center for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, the central theme of which is “What gives money value?” Topics range from the history of exchange (from barter all the way to fiat money) to the role of central banks as well as global exchange rates. The full range of exhibit strategies include an immersive object theater, barter games, an iconic giant money tree exploring what makes good money, and historic bank teller windows for role playing.