Federal Reserve Bank Fountain
Found: April 13, 2016
The Federal Reserve Bank is south of Crown Center and the Liberty Memorial. It is across the street from the entrance to the Liberty Memorial. This fountain sits out in front of the building. The fountain consists of two pools, two statues and three jets and there is also water flowing out the statues’ bases. The two statues are of bronze and represent the Spirit of Industry (on the left) and the Spirit of Commerce and were made by the artist Tuck Langland.
There is a Money Museum inside the Federal Reserve Bank. Judging by signage, be prepared to show a photo ID if/when you enter the building.
The Federal Reserve Bank is closed in the evenings and on the weekends and they have gates at the entrance and exit to keep vehicles out when it is closed. I do not know for sure if the fountain operates or how receptive they are of walk-up visitors when the building is closed since it is a Federal building. So, your best bet probably is to visit during a weekday.
Posted on April 13, 2016, in Federal Reserve Bank Fountain and tagged Bank, Crown Center, Federal Reserve, Kansas City, Liberty Memorial, Main Street, Museum, Sculpture. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.