Bureau of Engraving, Fort Worth, Texas
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You have to know, though that there is a very high security check before you get inside, so be sure to leave your cameras, tech-tools and anything that could be seen as a weapon. The tour lasts around 50/60 minutes, so its not so long, but is better to go on the early one, because here aren't so many people and you can catch more of what the guide says.
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9000 Blue Mound Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76131, USA
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