Visiting the Philadelphia Mint

The United States Mint in Philadelphia offers admission to the building for a self-guided tour only.

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151 Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, PA 19106

The Mint is on 5th Street between Arch Street and Race Street, right across the street from the National Constitution Center.

SEPTA STOP: Market-Frankford

Parking: There is no parking at the Mint, but there is a 24 hour garage nearby at the Philadelphia Bourse.

Philadelphia Mint Hours:

Monday – Friday: 9am-430pm

Saturday (Memorial Day – Labor Day Only): 9am-430pm

The Mint is open to visitors on Saturday, Sunday and Monday over Memorial and Labor Day Weekends as well as on July 4.

Security:

You will have to go through security to enter the Mint. Large bags, weapons, food and drink are not permitted.

Photography is not permitted inside the Philadelphia Mint.


The Philadelphia Mint that you see now is the fourth mint, but the most efficient. The first Mint in the United States was built only 100 years from this building. On your visit to the Philadelphia Mint you will be able to see the first coin pressed used in 1792! The first one million coins minted here took about three years to make, but today it takes only half an hour.

Use the Philadelphia Mint’s Self Guided Tour as you visit the building.

About the author

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Jenn is a born Jersey girl that grew up “across the Ben” but has Philly in her heart and history in her blood. She went to Washington & Jefferson College in the Pittsburgh area. Yes her college mascots were two guys in white wigs! Jenn came back to Philly to get her M.A. in Museum Studies. Happily worked at the city history museum but came outside for some fresh air as a tour guide. Jenn has been part of the FTBF team since March 2011.