Moneyville is located on the 2nd floor in the West Building in Gallery A.
Money isn't just about dollars and cents. The ancient Aztecs used chocolate for money and Yap Islanders used 500 lb. stones for their currency. So, what is money and how does it work? Now families, adults, and children can explore the history, science, math and economics behind money in Moneyville, a traveling exhibit from Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. This highly interactive traveling exhibit uses the familiar and fascinating subject of money to build math skills and promote economic literacy in a fun, immersive environment.
Moneyville was produced and is toured by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. The exhibit was made possible with funds provided by the National Science Foundation. MOST 529 and Ozarks Coin Club locally sponsor Moneyville.
Moneyopolis is a registered trademark of Ernst & Young. The Moneyville trademark is used under license.
Moneyville is to open Tuesday, May 21, 2013 and will stay at the Discovery Center through September 15, 2013.