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The Economy in Action, a free exhibit at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, features interactive exhibits and multimedia displays about the Federal Reserve, money and the economy. Examine historic currency, see how the Fed moves money and discover...more
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I toured this building with my macroeconomics college class and it was great. Mr. Hill was very engaging and informative while also having fun and popping jokes throughout the whole tour. I learned a lot from him and the tour and 10/10 would visit again.
A few weeks ago i visited the Federal Reserve Bank with my economics class and it was an amazing experience. Mr.Hill was not only enthusiastic and encouraging but, he was able to throughly explain and provide information over the the federal reserve banks in America.
I attended the "Economy in Action" exhibit with my mciroeconimics class of North Lake College. Our guide, Reginald Hill, was very enthusiastic and displayed extensive knowledge about the twelve Federal Reserve banks and the factors that run and maintain the United States economy. The interactive...More
I went with my college to go see the economies in action exhibit the tour guide was super cool and nice and we learned alot :0 we filled out this paper with information that was given to us during the trip so informative
Our homeschool group visited the Dallas reserve. We had a warm, hospitable welcome and educational tour provided by Meredith. Thank you! We enjoyed the scavenger hunt, interactive displays and of course the $4G's!! Highly recommend to anyone eager to learn about our federal reserve system,...More
I visited the "Economy in Action" exhibit on a week day. I had the good fortune of it being a quiet day and was able to talk with Reginald, the Director of Education at the Dallas Fed. He provided lots of detail and answered all...More
I have been taking my economics students to the Federal Reserve Bank since 2005. As an educator, I believe a real world experience helps to reinforce what my students have learned in the classroom. This summer I took a small group for a guided tour...More