The mint at Denver is the largest producer of coins in the world. It is situated in USA and it is a branch of the United States mint. This mint was established in the year 1862 and it holds the power of manufacturing all the American coins for circulation. As the name suggests, Denver mint is located in the American city of Denver.
The coins, which are produced in the mint at Denver, have the sign of "D" over them. There are many more American mint branches and this is the one at Denver.
If you ever plan to visit Denver mint when you travel in Denver then don't go on weekends as it is closed on all weekends and it is open on all weekdays. There is no charge for entry in this famous mint and it is completely free.
The most amazing thing about the mint in Denver is that it produces 32 million coins each year. That is a very huge number and being the largest producer of coins in the world it produces so many coins, which are circulated in every part of USA.
If you visit the mint then you will get to know how all the coins are created at a mint. There is a large deposition of gold inside the mint as when it was started then workers bought gold and silver nuggets to create cold and silver coins.
The rules for entering the Denver mint are very strict and before entering, they have a check on all those things you are carrying. Things like cameras, video cameras, make up items, all foods, tobacco, tools, guns, knives and many more things are prohibited inside the mint.
The Denver mint provides an opportunity to all people, even disabled ones, to visit so wheel chair tour is also available. You need to plan your Denver CO travel ahead of your schedule if you think of visiting the mint.
Denver Mint Address
320 West Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80204
Tel: (303) 405-4761
Denver Mint Hours:
Monday - Friday: Open
Weekends and Holidays: Closed
Ticket Information for the Denver Mint: N/A
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