How much does it cost to go to the Royal Canadian Mint?

How much does it cost to go to the Royal Canadian Mint?


Individual prices*
Adults (18+) $6.00 $4.50
Kids (5-17) $3.00 $2.25
Seniors (65+) $5.00 $3.75
Infants (4 & under) FREE FREE

Can you visit the mint?

The Mint offers free in-person tours of the Philadelphia and Denver facilities, which cover the present state of coin manufacturing and the history of the Mint.

Who owns the Mint in Winnipeg?

Winnipeg Royal Canadian Mint
Winnipeg facility

Winnipeg Royal Canadian Mint
Cost $16 m CAD
Owner Royal Canadian Mint
Height 10.11 metres (33.2 ft)
Technical details

Why is Denver Mint closed?

The public tours and sales centers at the Denver and Philadelphia Mints remain closed. Denver Mint image by Weifield Group Contracting; Philadelphia Mint image courtesy of the U.S.

How long does the Royal Mint tour last?

approximately 2 hours
The average visit to The Royal Mint Experience will last approximately 2 hours. The factory experience is guided, the duration of which is 30 minutes.

What Canadian coins are worth collecting?

  • Canadian Silver Nickel – Any Year.
  • 1936 Canadian “Dot” Dime.
  • 1921 50-Cent Piece.
  • Victoria 50-Cent Piece in Near-Mint Condition.
  • 1911 Canadian Silver Dollar.
  • 1916 C Gold Sovereign.
  • 1969 Large Date 10-Cents.
  • 1921 Silver 5-Cents.

When is the Royal Canadian Mint open in Winnipeg?

When is Royal Canadian Mint open? Buy tickets in advance on Tripadvisor. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. Do you need to book in advance to visit Royal Canadian Mint? We recommend booking Royal Canadian Mint tours ahead of time to secure your spot.

Are there tour guides at the Royal Canadian Mint?

Each of our tour guides is well trained in the history and storytelling that make the Royal Canadian Mint a uniquely Canadian experience. Learn about the pride and passion our employees bring to coin making for Canada and up to 80 countries around the world.

Where can I See Coins made in Canada?

Meet you at the Mint! Crafted from original designs by Canadian artists, the Royal Canadian Mint produces some of the world’s most stunning collectible coins. To see our newest collections of gold and silver coins, look no further than the Royal Canadian Mint’s Boutiques located in Ottawa and Winnipeg.

What to see and do in Winnipeg Manitoba?

Plan your visit to the Winnipeg Mint: : Other Nearby Attractions:Within about 10 km, you can also visit the Forks National Historic Site, the Manitoba Museum, the French Quarter, the Manitoba Legislature, Club Regent Casino and Fort Gibraltar. Reservations are strongly recommended.

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