There are six places around the country that make up the U.S. Mint. To learn about a facility, click on a city:
- Denver, Colorado
- Fort Knox, Kentucky
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- San Francisco, California
- Washington, DC
- West Point, New York
The U.S. Mint at Denver makes circulating and collectible coins. It also makes coin dies and stores gold and silver. The Denver Mint offers public tours.
The U.S. Bullion Depository at Fort Knox doesn’t make coins. It stores the country’s gold.
The U.S. Mint at Philadelphia makes circulating and collectible coins, medals, and dies for both coins and medals. It is the largest mint in the world! The Philadelphia Mint also offers public tours. There is even a virtual tour app.
The U.S. Mint at San Francisco makes collectible coins. It has special robots that package the coins.
The headquarters of the U.S. Mint is in Washington, DC. Though this location doesn’t make coins, it is responsible for research, marketing, and other important business related to the Mint’s operations.
The U.S. Mint at West Point makes investment (bullion) and collectible coins. It also stores gold, silver, and other precious metals.